hey everybody i am going to be in the market for a new tablesaw in a
couple of months. it is either going to be a delta unisaw or woodtek.
i have heard plenty of things about delta but nothing of
woodtek.anybody out there with a woodtek.
Let me clear up Mike's post . . . obviously confused :-)
First, get the Grizzly. Do not pass go, and you won't have to shell out
Get the Grizzly. Period.
Ok, if you are hard-headed and want to think over something else, get a Jet
But, remember, get the Grizzly.
Ok, if you're REALLY hard-headed, look at the Unisaw. If you must, get a
One more time. Get the Grizzly.
There are many reasons, but don't cause yourself pain. Just get the
You don't have to thank me, Mike. (I know you won't anyway!) LOL!
You're sleeping with Mike's secretary ?
Get the Unisaw. You can always sell the children.
- Unless you're British, in which case get an old Wadkin.
Or alternatively, get the non-Unisaw equivalent (US, Delta something,
with big trunnions, like a Wadkin, not axle bearings like a Unisaw).
But don't get the Grizzly. You can get better than the Grizzly, and
you can get cheaper than the Grizzly, but the Grizzly is not the same
as a Unisaw equivalent. That huge weight of cast iron really is worth
On Fri, 18 Jul 2003 15:11:59 GMT, d firstname.lastname@example.org (D) wrote:
The PM 66 meets all the citeria of a quality tablesaw and the tablesaw
is the workhorse of most shops. Delta tablesaws used to be well-made
in the 1950's, but today the quality is not the same. I can't compare
tablesaws to vehicles because it would be rare to see a vehicle that
has lasted a lifetime. A General 350 tablesaw is also good.
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