Just finished putting together my Late 50’s Walker Turner Light-Heavyweight Saw.
This is more of a hybrid than a true cabinet saw, however it has one feature that makes up for all of that.
The top when combined with the 2 extensions is a whopping 50 1/2” wide by 32 1/2” deep. The bulk of that extra depth is behind the blade to help stabilize cuts and reduce the need for outfeed support.
This is a lot of thick heavy cast iron, the frame (assembly that holds the height adjustment/arbor/etc) weighs about as much as the top of my Model 10. That’s without the motor.
This is powered by a 2 HP Baldor High Effeciency 3 Phase motor. Wired to a WEG CFW-10 EasyDrive VFD. The VFD is programmed to bring the motor upto speed in about 1/2 second and ramps the speed down in 10 seconds.
For those unfamiliar with a VFD these are programmable features. I could tell it to take 20 seconds to come up to speed, and 1 second to stop (that would undo the nut holding the blade on probably). For rapid breaking of the motor you can install a break resistor so that the unit doesn’t overheat.