On 13 Oct 2004 17:15:39 GMT, email@example.com (Charlie Self)
How about teaching them "Table Saw Kickback Darts"? Paint the
bullseye on the back wall of the shop, start feeding in some stressed
wood. Sit back and keep score! Double points if the wood stays in the
A saw with most of the characteristics of a cabinet saw, but close to the
weight and power of a contractor saw. DeWalt, Jet and Craftsman now have
"There are two ways of exerting one's strength: one is pushing down, the other
is pulling up." Booker T. Washington
A hybrid saw has a battery pack and a gasoline engine. If you're cutting
light wood like pine, it runs off the batteries. When you feed in some oak
or hickory, the gas engine kicks in to give it more power.
<G D & R>
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
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It's a better class than a lo-brid one, obviously. <grin>
More seriously, "What do you get when you cross a contractor saw with
a cabinet saw?"
I know, I know -- a contractor saw with delusions of grandeur.
Start with a contractor-style saw. make the 'box' enclosing the works
bigger. put it on stumpy, permanently attached, legs. Beef up the
trunions. Maybe support 'em from the box, rather than the table-top.
Tisn't realy fish, nor fowl. it's a hybrid.
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