$900 dollars for a table saw? Geeze, that's a lot.
When I finally sold my Ohio Forge (purchased "damaged" at Home Depot
some twenty-five or thirty year ago (Cracked cast table extension), I
looked around at HD, Sears nd Lowes and found they all were very
similar and all were "lighter" than the old Ohio Forge. I wound up
buying a Sear Close Out / customer return for about $275 as I recall.
I added one of those Link Belts after a few years and use it regularly
on wood and light metals and plastics/composites
They tell me my grandfather used to say "its a poor workman what
blames his tools."
Then Deming: I couldn't believe the first post. How can one get it so
turned around! Deming Tried to teach America but they wouldn't listen
until after his succes in Japan. Now, TQM is used throughout America -
lbeit absent the inspiration
False. Demming taught the Japanese how to do it. He brought
statistical process control, the basis for all aspects of lean
manufacturing, to the Japanese when the US auto manufacturers were not
interested. Prior to his indoctrination the Japanese were known for