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Location: Hamden, CT

I've been woodworking for about three years now. So, I'm a novice with a lot to learn. What I know came from formal classes, self education through books, magazines, DVD's and the "oops that doesn't work" conclusion from sheer experimentation. Help and knowledge is what I need so I'll be asking questions. Also, I look forward to helping anyone I can.

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#1 posted 773 days ago

Welcome to Ljs a world wide community were there are great people,super projects and great woodworkers.Enjoy!

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Welcome To LumberJocks.
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Welcome aboard. Nice that you could join us on Lumberjocks.

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Glad to see that you have made LumberJocks a part of your Woodworking experience… Welcome

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#6 posted 692 days ago

Howdy guys. I need some help again.

Does any know of a good table saw in the $600.00 – $650.00 range new? The one I’m using now, a hand me down, has seen its better days and just will not cut square no matter how much I work with the adjustments. I had a Bosch 4100 that died on me with less than 3 months of very light use. I returned it for my money back. That was the third of three Bosch products I’ve owned in the past 10 years that failed in very short order. Any Bosch product is out of the question.
If I had the money (have not won Powerball yet) and space (my shop is a single car garage already cluttered with lawn and snow removal equipment), Sawstop is the way I’d go. I’ve used them in the woodworking classes I’ve taken and they are fine machines.
That said, does anyone know of a reliable contractor style table saw with a dust collector chute in my price range. Any help is GREATLY appreciated.
Thanks ahead it time

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