This saw is 7.5hp 3-phase with a 14 inch blade capacity.
Here’s the final product; base and saw. I now need to assemble the saw and buy a blade for it. Next is to test it on the RPC. After that I can start arranging the shop. Once I have sufficient room for the table I will begin building it.
I’ll also make a bandsaw and jointer selection concomitant with the table-build. I’ll buy a grizzly bandsaw I think. As for the jointer, I don’t know yet.
I can construct low-boy bases for any of my tools with confidence after completing the saw’s base. What I need most in connection with this type of work is practice welding. I’ve only had the welder for a few days and mainly just began to make sense of the processes for the last two. The base is very sturdy and well built but the welds are novice and overdone. You Tube is a help but practice is the key. I need a source for a bunch of useless metal to waste.