On the OWWM this particular saw has earned the distinction
of being called a Contractor'sSawInnaBox (CSIAB) or the
Interestingly enough there is a CSIAB being listed on eBay.
The seller lists it correctly and even goes to the extent of
saying that he has "upgraded" to a 5 Horse Unisaw (further
indication that the saw in question is a lesser grade) but
despite this I expected to see people going ga-ga over it.
So far, no bites.
Maybe people are smarter than I thunk.
Ayup, following up to my own reply. Pathetic? You decide.
I looked up the Junior Unisaw in the catalogs.
The weight listed for this saw is 285 lbs. plus another
60-70 lbs. for the motor. I couldn't find anything in the
catalogs for the later WantsBeAUnisaw/CabinetSawInABox for
I'm not sure it shows in the picture at the link above but
the innards on this thing are quite substantial. From my
own comparison to the WBAU/CSIAB I can tell you the Junior
is heftier. Hell, it's heftier than the contractor's saw.
I did get word late yesterday that Delta would be
re-releasing there WBAU/CSIAB. I suspect with everyone else
having such success with their own versions Delta is feeling
they may have been a wee bit hasty in removing it from the
Sorrry guys. I have watched his stuff for things like drill presses
cause he comes up withg good old ones. I confess that I did not look
at the picture but jumped the gun. Sorry. Ought to know better with
you sharp guys.
On Sat, 23 Aug 2003 21:46:05 GMT, "Jon Endres, PE"
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