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Table Saws - List your make and model

by MichaelAgate
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Gshepherd

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#101 posted 774 days ago

4 year old PM66 bought brand new for 1500 bucks what a steal….....

-- What we do in life will Echo through Eternity........

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Andywoj

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#102 posted 772 days ago

Format 4 Kappa 40 10 foot slider.

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mcoge

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#103 posted 770 days ago

I have the Ridgid R4212. Was looking at the Grizzly G0715. Happy I bought the Ridgid. Does it all in spades.

-- he Bear Necessities

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therookie

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#104 posted 770 days ago

I have a delta 10” contractors saw with a biesmeyer fence. My dream saw was a 14” table saw and i have now found it. I found a rockwell delta 34-395 so now it is trying to restore the saw and sell the 10” saw to make some room.

-- http://aewoodworks.webs.com

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Schwieb

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#105 posted 770 days ago

3 HP 1987 Delta Unisaw I bought new then and have run miles of material through without a hitch. I upgraded with a Biesemeyer fence and saw cabinets and outfeed table a couple of years ago which enhanced it immensely.

My first table saw was a skill saw fastened to the bottom of a piece of plywood and a t-square fence back in 1970 and then a rusty old Craftsman tilt top saw that I cleaned up and used for many years and gave away when I was able to get the Unisaw.

I would probably buy the top of the line Saw-stop if I were to replace this saw.

-- Dr. Ken, Florida - Durch harte arbeit werden Träume wahr.

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dusty2

312 posts in 2056 days


#106 posted 770 days ago

I have a Shopsmith Mark V Model 520 with a home built outfeed table.

-- Making Sawdust Safely

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PaulHWood

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#107 posted 770 days ago

Ridgid 4512 (replaced a Crafstman 90’s vintage Emerson model last year, mostly because I wanted to build some more jigs and upgrade the fence on the craftsman)

When I looked at fences and the time and effort of building some new jigs, I chose to just get a new saw. Have been really happy with how it performs, but did lose it for a month for a new motor & pully. Don’t have alignment issues noted or maybe I just don’t build that closely. Other reason I upgraded was because I wanted to start building some nicer pieces.

Key for me is mobility as I have one side of a large two car garage for a shop that I share with a golf cart.

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KenBry

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#108 posted 770 days ago

Current Saw
Jet Table Saw
JPS-10: 10” ProShop 1-3/4HP 30” Cast Wings Stock Number: 708482K

Dream Saw
Delta 36L352
3 HP Unisaw with 52 Inch Biesemeyer Fence

or

PM2000, 3HP 1PH Table Saw, with 50” AccuFence and WorkBench

-- Ken, USAF MSgt, Ret.

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AlanBienlein

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#109 posted 770 days ago

I have a 2005 Ridgid TS3650.

As far as a dream saw is concerned I don’t have one. This saw does everything I need it to do just as well as the higher horsepower cabinet saws that I use at work.

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Beginningwoodworker

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#110 posted 770 days ago

I have a 1980’s Unisaw with a 1-1/2hp Rockwell Motor that was given to me.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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Sanity

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#111 posted 770 days ago

I have a Delta 36-L336 Unisaw with the 3HP motor and 36 inch fence. I’ve owned it for about 3 years and could not wish for a better table saw. It is powerful and precise and I still get a kick out of hearing the “Thunk whoooosh!” sound when it starts. I am also proud of the fact that it is made in America.

-- Stuart

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Dark_Lightning

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#112 posted 770 days ago

Spee-D-Kut. It’s an old cast iron thing with a 1 horse motor, and looks roughly like the newer junk contractor portable saws in terms of size…but isn’t junk at all. It has a dead-flat table and does what I need. I bought it from Loren.

Hey Loren, you still have that linotype cutter?!? I wish I had room for that critter, I’d’ve bought that for sure!

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whitedogone

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#113 posted 770 days ago

Steel city 35605 3hp Hybred w/ a 50” SC Bies clone.

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Cato

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#114 posted 755 days ago

Upgraded in March 2012 from a R4511 to a Jet Deluxe Xacta 3hp with 30 in fence.

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BlankMan

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#115 posted 755 days ago

Delta Unisaw 36-812. Can’t think of any one I’d rather have.

-- -Curt, Milwaukee, WI

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Loren

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#116 posted 755 days ago

@AtomJack I do still have the linotype saw – I’ve found a place
for it and am keeping it for now. There is another linotype saw
I found for sale in Los Angeles though, a Hammond with a sliding table,
if you’re interested.

-- http://lawoodworking.com

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dbhost

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#117 posted 755 days ago

I just noticed that somehow my text for my reply got mangled. Probably spell check on my phone… I meant to say Ryobi BT3100-1. I have it fully loaded with a Shark Guard, Wide Table, belly pan dust colleciton, a vast array of throat plates, router table extension etc…

My dream saw would be a SawStop 3HP PCS with the 52” rip fence a bench dog router wing extension, and a sliding miter table…

I know Ryobi gets no respect, and for the most part, I can agree, but the BT3×00 series saws are pretty unique… I am very happy with this machine, but would like a little more mass and the brake feature of the Saw Stop… I am not willing to do without the riving knife though. I have had a saw with a splitter previously, and the riving knife, especially the way the Shark Guard and Shark Knife are set up, have saved my skin more than once…

-- My workshop blog can be found at http://daves-workshop.blogspot.com

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david_larch

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#118 posted 755 days ago

Grizzly G0715p. I also love mine.

-- www.alibiwoodworks.com

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CyberDyneSystems

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#119 posted 755 days ago

At Work: -SawStop ICS 5HP 52” rails. -Unisaw 1991 right tilt, 3HP 52” Unifence

At Home
-Unisaw 1944 1HP RI Bullet motor. Stock fence retired, replaced by 52” Beisemeyer.

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Fuzzy

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#120 posted 755 days ago

Grizz. 1023 … early model .. circa 1994

-- - dabbling in sarcasm is foolish … if you’re not proficient at it, you end up looking stupid … ... ...

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Handtooler

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#121 posted 755 days ago

Have a ShopSmith Model V from 1978. Just upgraded to a Grizzly 0691 last year and that’ll do me the rest of my life. Want a MLCS router table extension for the left side w/power lifter and Porter cable 890/690 router for it. Have Craftsman Super Router of the 70’s and a Freud Plunge FV2200, but neither will work with most lifters.

-- Russell Pitner Hixson, TN 37343 bassboy40@msn.com

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Cole Tallerman

391 posts in 812 days


#122 posted 754 days ago

1.75 hp sawstop contractor saw

Dream saw: 7.5 hp Martin 16” sliding table saw

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Grandpa

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#123 posted 754 days ago

I have used a Craftsman contractor saw for 30 years. I recently acquired a 2001 Delta Unisaw with a Uni-Fence
(5 hp). I got this at a local auction. I haven’t gotten it in place and running yet but I am looking forward to using it.

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mandatory66

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#124 posted 754 days ago

Delta Unisaw Model 36-953 3HP. 7years no problems.

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Manitario

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#125 posted 754 days ago

Sawstop PCS 175
dream saw would be to upgrade to the 5hp version…

-- Sometimes the creative process requires foul language. -- Charles Neil

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slopjock78

63 posts in 1010 days


#126 posted 753 days ago

Ridgid 3650 bought of CL less then a week ago. Already put several hours worth of work through it.

also have a Dewalt DW744XRS jobsite saw

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DaveBaker

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#127 posted 753 days ago

I have a Craftsman “Professional”, not sure of the model, but it is a “Hybrid” saw. Looks very similar to some of the Delta Unisaws I have seen, and has a Biesmeyer fence. I love it, extremely accurate and only requires 110 so no fancy power required which is great for a small shop. Bought it new about 7 or 8 years ago for less than 1000.00. I does lack the power of a larger HP machine obviously due to the 110 V motor but that could be easily upgraded.

Dream saw? Better than what I have and the shop and power to run it, and if I say I am an illegal alien it will all be paid for. Oh yea, someone to pay the electric bills too.

-- Upstate New York -- Do what you love and never work a day in your life.

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Don W

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#128 posted 753 days ago

Grizzley 1023L

-- Master hand plane hoarder. - http://timetestedtools.com

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Alexandre

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#129 posted 753 days ago

Sawstop Industrial for my dream saw
Current: Bosch 4100-09

-- My terrible signature...

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Handtooler

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#130 posted 753 days ago

Don W, Why the G1023L v.s. the G0691? I have the latter for a little over a year now and Wow, what an improvement over my 1978 Shop Smith that I’m still using for the Lathe, drill press and horizonial boring machine features.

-- Russell Pitner Hixson, TN 37343 bassboy40@msn.com

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fussy

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#131 posted 752 days ago

A Craftsman 9” bench saw circa 1972. Still works perfectly. A dream saw would be a New Powermattic 62 for $40 delivered.

Until then, my Craftsman will be fine.

Steve

-- Steve in KY. 44 years so far with my lovely bride. Think I'll keep her.

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knotscott

5418 posts in 2002 days


#132 posted 752 days ago

DaveBaker – It sounds like you have a 22124. I had one for 3-1/2 years and loved it.

-- Happiness is like wetting your pants...everyone can see it, but only you can feel the warmth....

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woody123

49 posts in 1933 days


#133 posted 752 days ago

Rigid 3650 contractor. Great saw!

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skypony

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#134 posted 400 days ago

old craftsman industrial i bought 15 yrs ago new.

-- High speed low drag!!!!

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Woodmaster1

461 posts in 1214 days


#135 posted 400 days ago

Delta 5hp Unisaw.

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WayneC

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#136 posted 400 days ago

Delta X5 Unisaw – 3hp.

-- We must guard our enthusiasm as we would our life - James Krenov

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Rob

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#137 posted 400 days ago

Current Tablesaw – Grizzly G0691

Dream Tablesaw – Took so long to buy the one I have that my dream is to just use it until I’m too old to do woodworking anymore.

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HorizontalMike

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#138 posted 400 days ago

Used to have this Craftsman powered saw:

NOW I have this Grizzly G0690 with cast iron router extension. BTW, this IS my dream saw.:

-- HorizontalMike -- "Woodpeckers understand..."

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Burgels

116 posts in 438 days


#139 posted 400 days ago

Ridgid R4511 (The one with the granite top)

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MrRon

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#140 posted 400 days ago

Jet Jtas 10-3 cabinet saw. Had it 25 years and it is still like brand new. They don’t make em any better.

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RonInOhio

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#141 posted 400 days ago

Ridgid 3650 and a Sears direct drive contractor saw.

My dream saw ? Well, the 3650 is large for my small shop, with the 60”+ rails and motor hanging off the back.

No particular saw, but it would be a cabinet saw that has a smaller footprint and good
dust collection.

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sawdustphill

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#142 posted 400 days ago

I currently have the Delta 36-L352 unisaw with the handwheels in front.
this is my dream saw.

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Straightbowed

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#143 posted 400 days ago

Grizzly 1023sl and it Roars FOMO wood just put new arbor bearings in, smooth as a babies buttocks, wanna go golfin anybody

-- Stevo, work in tha city woodshop in the country

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kdc68

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#144 posted 400 days ago

Grizzly G0661…
v
v

-- Measure "at least" twice and cut once

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Hammerthumb

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#145 posted 400 days ago

10 year old Jet 3hp right tilt cabinet saw.

-- Paul, Las Vegas

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jumbojack

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#146 posted 400 days ago

An old Shopsmith with OG fence.

-- Made in America, with American made tools....Shopsmith

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woodmaker

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#147 posted 390 days ago

Grizzly G0690 three HP. Awesome!

-- Mike

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GT350

265 posts in 608 days


#148 posted 390 days ago

Sawstop PCS

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Richard

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#149 posted 390 days ago

Ridgid TS2424-1, bought it three years ago from a pawn shop. Previous owner apparently used it to hold hold his beer. I cleaned it up, replaced the crap blade, properly aligned the fence and upgraded the miter gauge.

-- "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." - Mark Twain

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Jim Jakosh

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#150 posted 390 days ago

Ryobi BT3000

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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