I've been looking around for a sliding table for my TS. After doing some research I found the jessem 7500 would work best for me (mainly due to it's small foot print and crosscut capacity.)
In searching for best price I came across a flyer from Stan Houston Equipment Co, advertising this unit for 449.95 at a woodworkers show in SD. I called, and asked about the pricing and was very pleased that they would honor the price, and send UPS to NM. It arrived a few days later, I'm going to spend today installing my new toy. I've unpacked the table, and I'm impressed already. All looks well machined and nicely finished. I just wanted to say that I was very happy with this transaction from Stan Houston and think I got a great price.
Now for my question...I do a lot of shelving, mainly for display cases and libraries. The sliding table was purchased so that I can make quick work of cutting panels and shelving, accurately. Carcass design usually calls for rabbits and dados that I normally use a router and straight edge. Is anyone using their sliding table to perform these operation? What could go wrong with using the sliding table and TS fence for rabbit/dados?
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