LOL! OBTW! I sold my saw yesterday morning. Now looking at probably
replacing with the SawStop
I had that saw listed for 1 week and 3 days and the guy showed up
yesterday "totally" prepared with an enclosed trailer with fold down
back gate that worked as a ramp. Right out of my garage onto the ramp
and into the trailer. 30~40 seconds tops.
Yup, many times when the buddies would drop over, we'd end up in the
workshop and use the table saw to place our beers. Didn't use coasters
though. There something very manly in having several condensation
rings on your table saw surface.
Well, until and if you replace it, I want to hear when you have a
cutting job that only a table saw could do.
I don't know if I could do without the use of a table saw in a
workshop. At the very least, it shouts out loud and clearly to anybody
looking at your shop ~ "WOODWORKER". A tracksaw just doesn't have
enough of a presence to do that.
1000 might be big enough LOL
And then the saw that I will probably end up with. At about 5:44
minutes in the video there is a good shot under the hood of the
Industrial SawStop and why it is soooo much heavier than the
Professional SawStop. Massive full width trunnion, front and back.
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