I'm wondering if anyone has the slider for the Laguna ts table saw, and if it is worth the money.
I don't have a slider, yet, but based on what other slider attachments cost, it's one of the more inexpensive ones that will cut 48" panels. Ive seen it for south of 700.00I'm wondering if anyone has the slider for the Laguna ts table saw, and if it is worth the money.
I know a couple of professional cabinetmakers that have slider attachments or a genuine sliding saw and they really like them for production work. My opinion is that they are not the best choice for a hobby shop.I'm wondering if anyone has the slider for the Laguna ts table saw, and if it is worth the money.
Show off! I only have two table saws.woodnthings said:I just surround my saw with other saws. :laughing: Why? Because they are reasonable to buy used, and because I don't like changing blades. Because I can put a rip blade in the left one, a general purpose blade in the center and a dado set on the right side. Because the wider the table the greater the crosscut capacity. A router table extension adds more width and is so convenient. Because dust collection can be ganged up underneath with one line running to each and a blast gate for each saw. Because they are all the same width and length and bolt right up to each other. Because they run on 220 V and can all be wired off of one cord. Because all the miter slots are the same and the guages will fit at any location. Because one fence rail will accept the Delta Unifence at any location. Because if two are good, three are better........ :yes: