On Wed, 26 Nov 2003 10:28:39 -0000, "Mr Stephen Topp"
How about a bandsaw instead ? It's heavy, so needs its own space, but
it's tall rather than wide. It'll do any ripping you might want for
Although there are machines like the Proxxon, I'd tend to avoid them.
There are problems with tiny circular saws - you're doing a lot of
cutting near the top of the wheel, which is less safe than a big saw
where you can do it near the centre of the wheel, where the teeth move
near-vertically (there's less chance of the timber being thrown
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