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#1 posted 02-21-2013 12:03 AM

I am biased, I have worked on an excalibur for YEARS now. There are soo many positives, if you get a good one. I personally recommend the excalibur, and will be picking up a second soon.

The only downside is the footprint. But if you check out the pics of my first shop, you can squeeze it into a small space if you really want to. The one thing you don’t mention is what type of work you do, or want to do. We are in the realm of sheet goods here, with the excalibur, and other types of work might not really need a sliding table.

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