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post #1 of 5 Old 02-24-2010, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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PORTER-CABLE 10" JobSite Table Saw

http://www.lowes.com/pd_89913-46069-...520_4294937087_

Has anyone seen this in person? They are not at my local Lowes, and I can't find much more information about them. Any thoughts?
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From the picture it doesn't look bad but that don't mean nothing. The weak link in these saws is the fence. Would have to see and touch it before I'd pull the trigger. I like the stand. And you can't argue about the price too much. I'll have to keep my eye open for one to see in person. After reading the posts on Dave's Ryobi I would check to see if it has a standard miter fence slot, and also a long enough arbor to attach a dado blade. I know it's not really what you're asking for, but some random thoughts.
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Thanks. Those are good points. I'm also curious about the quality of the miter gauge in relation to the miter slot. ie does the gauge wiggle in the slot making it inaccurate.
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Lowe's is gradually starting to put the pc stuff in their stores so it will probably show up in yours soon.
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Since it says "job site saw" then that is probably what it's made for. To cut two by fours at a job site. If that is what you are going to use the saw for, then it should be ok for that. Now, if you are looking for a saw to build furniture, then you will probably be very disappointed.
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