None of them. I'd save up more $ and get a PM66 or General 350.
These saws are precision machines and that's what you need to build
cabinets and fine furniture which is what I do. I'm used to the left
tilt, I'm right-handed, and I prefer the blade to tip away from the
fence. A quality fence is absolutely essential. Dust collection is
With all due respect, are you really suggesting that a person could not
build fine furniture or cabinets with any of the saws the original poster
listed because they are not precision enough? Isn't .001 runout on arbors
the same regardless of the brand? I won't argue that a PM66 isn't a great
piece of machinery, but to suggest that anything less expensive than that or
a General 350 is cheap seems a little presumptious. I suspect there are
coutless pieces of fine furniture and cabinets have been built with even low
end contractor saws. After all, look what the Shakers were able to
accomplish with no more technology than they had as far as power
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