As much as I like my RASs ...
I would not give up my tablesaws. I know all the warnings about ripping on the RAS, but it can be done safely for some operations. However, you must have a blade cover/guard because the blade is fully exposed at some points, unlike a table saw where the blade can be lower into the table.
The other danger is not having a splitter like a table saw. If you only use plywood or sheet goods rather than lumber you won't have as big an issue, because the material is stable and won't close up on the spinning blade.
Another issue is holding the work firmly down on the table. You have to counteract the blade which is spinning upward and tending to lift it off the table. Holdowns are a must. It's just too much work to rip on the RAS, unless you have wide boards, and lot of them set to the same width...JMO.
I like ripping on the tablesaw, using the rip fence. I like cross cutting on the RAS and use it exclusively for that, set at 90 degrees. I'd be lost with the table saw.
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