Looks good. You will be able to build almost anything in that shop. I like
the Sawstop. Looks nice with table extension. Have you used the Sawstop
yet? How do you like it?
Where are you going to put the bar and big screen TV? :-)
On Nov 13, 8:04 pm, "Lee Michaels" <leemichaels*nadaspam* at comcast
dot net> wrote:
I have been using the Sawstop some. I need to get some Boeshield soon.
I really like it so far. I haven't squared the blade to the top yet
but even so, out of the box it cuts very well.
I really like the blade guard, palls, riving knife and overhead dust
collector. I leave it on for everything down to about an inch. Never
used anything on my last saw so that feels good. It is really quick to
take off or change to the riving knife only. Internally they have a
different design than the traditional gibs it is really smooth action
raising/lowering, etc.. I am only a bit concerned how long it might
take to switch over to a dado because you have to swap out the brake
also, but I'll be trying that in a few days.
There is one glaring error with your shop...
...you built it in California. It would have been *SO* much better if it
were close to me :)
Congratulations! I, like most everyone else here, am familiar with how
much is required to get all of the pieces into place.
(from central Indiana)
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