As you can see from the photo I only have room to put the table saw in an undeveloped part of the basement. And the sad part is this just as you walk in the door. Whilst it does not look stable it actually is very stabel and actually level which suprissed me... lol
This saw is a jump up from my last small DIY Table saw. The rip fence is a lot better and has no movement once locked into place. I have been able to get it set up reasonably well and have no major complaints... its a table saw and it has a spinning blade and cuts wood...
I can not take a dado stack which is the only thing I wish it could do. But that was not a deal breaker as there are other ways to make dado's.
The fine tune adjustment know thingy is not the best ... it works just not the best.
I am not sure if the toolshed sell this saw any more.
Since early Feburary 2019, I actually broke the handle on my rip fence. I had been looking at upgrading to Biesemeyer Style fence, so that just incouraged me to actually part with the money. If you want to see me installing it click here.
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