I have one.
It's great where you need a saw you can move up the basement stairs so
you can cut your MDF outside.
You trade that for 24.5" fence, the inability to go through 4x lumber in
one pass, and a bit less depth to the table than you'd like.
With dust collection and a reasonable sized work shop I'd want something
bigger and belt driven.
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This is a contractor saw. If you need a portable saw to take to the
job site as well as for shop time, this is a great saw. If you're
going to be moving it alot by yourself (as I do mine) I would consider
the rolling stand or a lighter saw. If you're looking for strictly a
shop saw, keep looking. This is not a substitute for a cabinet saw.
But... I love mine for what I do.
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