Lots of great info on this blog! Hoping to get a little guidance here. I am new to woodworking after finding a stash of rough walnut in my Grandfather’s garage after he passed. At this point, all I want to do is build some end grain cutting boards as many of you have done. I have a planer, dust collector and jointer from cragslist that do a great job. All I need is a the table saw. I have very little invested in this and don’t want to spend a lot on table saw as there is a chance this will stop at cutting boards given my attention span on new projects…but who knows! My question is this: Are the inexpensive table saws at lowes going to cut the strips and crosscut again to make a decent joint? A friend has let me use his big commercial SawStop and I’ve been spoiled. I don’t have much space and considering the Dewalt job site saw, or maybe the house brand Kobalt. If I really get into this I will step up to the nice stuff but I really just want to get started here. Thanks!
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