right vs left tilt
I'm a "righty" and prefer a left tilt. The fench is to my right hand ansd I can press in towards the fence and forward with better control using my dominant hand. I've always had a left tilt saw from the '60's and that includes about 6 different saws.
The overwhelming number of left tilt saws should be some indication of their practicality. If you were raised on a right tilt then the issue never came up...probably. The side extensions on table saw are almost always on the the right side. The blade tilting away from the fence on a left tilt with a right side fence, will not "trap" the work, a very real kickback hazard.
On a right tilt you must reverse the fence location to the left and the side extensions also for maximum rip capacity. Personally, I would avoid that whole issue and stay "tilted" left, even tho I consider myself a "right winger"
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