The tool you want does not exist. I want a good quality
(Delta,Jet,Grizzly, General, Powermatic) 10 inch 5 HP cabinet grade
table saw that runs on 110 volts for under $100. (I'd go up to $150 if
the saw included few carbide (Forrest,Freud) tipped blades for ripping
and cross cutting as well as a nice dado set would be a bonus) But
that ain't happening either. As a result, I use alternatives that
exist and that I can afford.
If you can't hammer, and don't want to use screws use 5-minute epoxy.