There was a thread recently on David Marks' tools, and what they might
be. While I don't know about the humongous bandsaur or the smaller
bandsaw or the USS Wood Works jointer, I did get a glimpse at his table
saw tonight while watching episode WWK-204, "Arts and Crafts Library
Observation 1: It's definitely Delta gray.
Observation 2: He's either using a foot switch, or a knee-activated
kill switch (while both hands are on a ply panel, the blade starts
Observation 3: Possible blade brake. Definite pitch change a second
after the power is cut.
Observation 4: Blade tilt handwheel is on the left side. Does that
make it a right tilt? (I'm not a Delta person.)
While it really doesn't matter to me what tools he uses, I hope that's
a help to those who care.
Another observation: Dewalt biscuit joiner. And I recall being
equally shocked that DJM used a biscuit joiner in the same week that I
was shocked to see Nahm use a hand plane (other than a block plane).