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Posted on Granite vs Steel top for table saw

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lieutenantdan

176 posts in 908 days


#1 posted 901 days ago

FWIW I am leaning toward granite if I get a new saw vs a used saw. Granite is repairable if it is a small surface pit or chip from an impact. They use an epoxy that is stronger than the granite and can match the color really close. The repair is buffed smooth and should not affect the performance of the top. Edge damage can also be repaired in the same manner. Cracks are SOL.

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