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· where's my table saw?
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it is what it is...

..... a nice old machine with a minimum HP motor. You can do a lot with it IF you get the right blade and don't expect to cut 6" thick material. If you are a fan of older iron then it's probably a good choice. If you want a real dependable saw that you can get parts for then you should probably pass it by for a newer 14" Rockwell, Grizzly, or Delta. My smallest saw is a Craftsman 10" with a 1/3 HP motor. It cuts nice tight radius in 1" or 2" thick material. They would probably be close in performance. It's a great conversation piece in any shop.

If you should get it, remove the table before you bring it home. If you crack a trunion it will be scrap iron. This was very good advice I got when I bought my 14" Delta at a garage sale.
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