Sure, it's no cabinet saw, but I'd put its power up against any other
saw with a universal motor. Put a decent blade in it (which is has out
of the box, btw, a Freud combo if I'm not mistaken) and it does well.
I've ripped 2x4s the wide side (the 4x side, not the 2x side), without
How many other universal saws you know of that'll cut something over 4"
What would you change on it while keeping it's cost under $300?
It's not the cat's meow, I realize, but for its market niche and price,
it's a fine saw.