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#1 posted 03-12-2011 08:45 AM

Thanka for the info Loren. Do you think the additional capacity on the woodmaster with regards to features, power and useable width. I think about making a full depth cut on 4 5/8” crown on a 1.5 hp versus 5 hp. And could you tell me anything regarding the rip feature with the woodmaster. The woodmaster just seems like it would be a great asset for any shop. Also the ability to set up multiple common profiles is desireable. We build a heck of a cabinet, very very strong, but so does most other cabinet shops, so with us i look for different ways to make our cabinets stand above the rest.

EDIT: looking at your post Loren answers some of my above questions. But with regards to the rip feature, i have some employees who work for us, and at times, not too often, i think the straight edge may stray off the fence slightly which might cause as much of a 1/16” variation. This is simply just the human factor we work with. I just feel the rip saw fearure could help reduce what i call the “human factor”

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