American Woodworker said that their 12" was a remarkable value at $200;
might not be as solid as a $600 saw, but fine for casual use.
Their 10" is now $90. I don't expect to use it much as I use a RAS for all
my 90 degree stuff, but the RAS is a pain to set up for off angles. I
rarely do any, but it would be nice to have a $90 SCMS for them. But, if it
is worthless then it is just burning $90.
Anyone actually used it?
Yes, mine is very good. I bought it last Septemberish and have
used it a fair bit (carpentry season doesn't start until Saturday
here ;). It's certainly not a Hitachi but well worth the money.
Note that I may have gotten a good one and there may be variation.
Two cow-orkers bought them, one likes his and the other complains
that the slider bearings are too tight or binding. Mine is quite
For $90 it's a steal (I paid $99.95 ;).
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