It's apparently 5 years old, but the seller can't find the model number.
I'll go have a look to determine if it's good enough for what I need,
but it'd be nice to hear any opinions.
I want it for general use - I don't do any fine wood working or
cabinetry at least not yet.
Think it's worth $150 CDN?
Thanks for your input.
Looks much like the one that sells for $199US new. You can probably get it
on sale for the price he wants. Personally, I'd not pay more than $75US for
a used one.
It is not a "bad" saw, but if you do get into cabinetry for furniture,
figure to spend about $800US and up for a saw with cast iron top. The
smaller saws are limited in capacity and power.
Get a better blade too, that will make a big difference.
It looks like the one I have had for the last 30 years (different
knobs on the tilt and depth adjusters).
It has done everything I have asked it to do but do not confuse this
with a precision cabinet saw. The price is what it is, if you can get
it cheaper do it.
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