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Congrats on the new purchase. One thing I found is to make sure you use the right blade for the job with these jobsite table saws. It makes a huge difference. Get a 24-30 tooth thin kerf blade to rip and then something around 60 tooth for crosscutting. I don't like the "combination blades" that claim to be useful for ripping and crosscut on these smaller saws. They work fine for cross cuts but can really bog down a saw on the rips. I used an older Hitachi for a few houses and also ran the Ridgid model from about 5 years ago during a renovation. I found a huge gain in performance when using the right blade.

That looks like a great saw for $240! Enjoy.
 
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