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Posted on Delta 34-444 vs. Ridgid R4512

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#1 posted 453 days ago

IMHO, you are on the right track. the 4512 offers a lot of value. it aslo has a 90 day satisfaction guaranty, a 3 year new tool warranty and the LSA, with which the tool must be registered for it to be effective

http://www.ridgid.com/tools/power-tool-warranty

as far as it being a last saw, my two emerson built 10” CI contractor saws are all i’ll need for the foreseeable future. a spinning carbide tipped blade powered by a 1 1/2 hp motor should be able to handle whatever you need, just not at production shop speeds. cabinet saws are nice ( i refurbished an “old arn” unisaw and sold it), but not mandatory for fine woodworking.

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