I want to replace my low-end Delta CMS. As I have a radial arm saw that I
use for crosscuts I plan to stay with a 10" cms. It will be used for cutoff
on small stock and especially for mitering furniture parts (moldings etc.).
Are there any good high quality saws I should be looking at?
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On Fri, 26 Dec 2003 17:45:17 -0500, Bill Rittner wrote:
I like my Makita but I was almost tempted by the Hitachi. What swung
it for me is there's a local Makita dealer, so in the unlikely case
it should go wrong, it's easy for me to get it fixed. If the De Walt
stuff was similarly priced here (UK) I probably would have looked at
their offerings too.
Another idea is to check out what sort of blade the saw comes with. If
you're doing fine work then you want a blade with plenty of teeth -
and TCT teeth preferably.
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