Choices choices choices...
I resolved the toilet paper issue. Roll it from the top towards you.
The peanut butter issue is leaning towards crunchy.
...back to our regular programming:
At one point, I had both a LT and a RT. When cutting strips with bevels
on them, I either flipped the fence on the UniSaur or walked over to the
SCM. Trapping stuff between the fence and the blade must be avoided at
When you focus on what you're doing, either saw will be fine.
IMHO, there are WAY more important things to look at when choosing a saw.
Actually, that's worse. Rolling from the front, my cat pulls down about 20'
and plays with that. Rolling from the back, she keeps it rolling like a
speed bag while shredding off little bits all over the place. What good is a
roll of toilet paper when the centre of the roll has its centre torn out
about an inch deep? She's an eight month old adult sized kitten. The
solution is to close doors. Figured I'd won when I had her nails trimmed.
Now she's learned that what she can't climb, she can jump onto. I'd say
about every month she's added 6" of jumping confidence to her repertoire.
Only effective deterrent is the water gun or the spray bottle and she's
usually long gone as soon as I reach to grab it.
Well, I am upgrading to a cabinet saw for various reasons and leaning
towards the Left tilt. Peanut butter oth is definately smooth for me
and can sometimes affect the toilet paper issue....
I think far too much is made of this phenomena. I recently switched
to RT on a vintage Unisaw after 30 years of LT on my faithfull
Craftsman. Mox Nix, it means nothing, can you say... transparent after
the first or second bevel cut? And then... how often are you beveling
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