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Join Date: Jul 2002
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Originally Posted by GPowers
When I build the theater and made all the fabric frames I had an old Craftsman table saw. Well during building all thoughts frames The craftsman table saw died. I had it get a replacement fast. And the only thing I could find was a contractor Ridgid table saw at the local orange big box store. The Ridgid table saw has served me well but it does not have a knife system, the guard is awkward (so it never get used) and the dust collection is not that good. SO I sold the Ridgid and bought the Sawstop.
The Sawstop is about the same price as all the other saws (Delta, Powermatic, Jet etc... ) but it includes the finger detection feature to save your finger if you stick it into the spinning blade. I waqs also able to step up to a 3hp motor instead of the 1.5 the Ridgit had.
So far I'am very happy.
I used to have the Rigid Table saw... Not the portable one and I loved it! I wish I hadn't sold it now. I see you got the industrial one... Must cost a pretty penny.
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