|Forum topic by sugarbaker||posted 09-23-2015 09:37 PM||639 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
09-23-2015 09:37 PM
I’m getting ready to purchase a new table saw, as I sold my ancient craftsman contractor saw prior to moving across state lines. I will miss this saw, as I spent a lot of time and needless money making it accurate and functioning the way I like. While that was the case, now in the position to purchase a new saw I’ve narrowed my search to two potentials: the Laguna Fusion and the Jet Proshop. Both of which fit in my price range and have cabinet saw style adjustment for blade/miter slot parallelism. While realizing that I may be too picky, I have one reservation with each saw…
- with the Fusion, it is the split rail (on the 36” model) for the fence. Perhaps this will equate to negligible or no perceivable change in squareness of rip cuts as the fence is adjusted for new cuts.
Any thoughts or advice? I’m leaning toward the Jet, as I may be able to craft a solution for moving the by utilizing some retractable bench casters. That being said, the Laguna already has wheels built in.
Comments are appreciated. Thanks!