OUTFEED TABLE! Van, where are you when I need you? And I don't believe you ever did comment on gafftaper's run-off table question....and a 8' push off table...
Heck I'm having a hard time keeping questions from work aswered. I'm being a bad CB member lately and just haven't been able to keep up.OUTFEED TABLE! Van, where are you when I need you? And I don't believe you ever did comment on gafftaper's run-off table question.
To the OP, Rockwell/Delta Unisaw is the best the most money can buy. Jet and Powermatic make good cabinet saws also. If for a non-professional situation, the SawStop is highly recommended.
For my own garage workshop, I bought a Delta contractor's saw, and am quite happy with it.
I kind of have to agree with Derek, I think the Saw stop is a really cool thing , but wow if my tablesaw is completely out of commission, till I can get replacement parts, 'cause somebody knicked their finger ?
Derek's been in a rather jovial mood lately... perhaps its finding his calling in life by joining TEAL.
Don't tell them it's there.When i read how it worked I pictured my high school drama department buying one. Sounds good. Then I pictured one or two select people throwing themselves on the blade to see if the brake works. My concern about this saw is that it can cause people to get lazy and complacent when it comes to safety.
Good point.Don't tell them it's there.