Choosing the right Sliding table saw & edgebander

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Forum topic by customdept posted 08-15-2016 12:45 PM 256 views 0 times favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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08-15-2016 12:45 PM

Topic tags/keywords: sliding table saw scmi scm casadei edgebander panel saw production saw

Hey Everyone!

I’m currently looking to purchase a used sliding table saw and edgebander. I’d like some feedback on saws and pricing. I went to checked out a Robland E300 & casadei k20/10 r edgebander, i found craigslist in my area. When I showed up he had already sold the Robland, but had a SCMI Si350n w/tigerstop fence. I considered a SawStop with slider attachment but ultimately a sliding table saw would be better from my production.

He’s asking $3,500 for the edgebander and $12,000 for the slider. Both are in good working condition.

Thanks for any feedback you can offer!

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#1 posted 08-19-2016 07:16 PM


I am just a hobbyist with a little down time, so I checked and conclude that $12,000 for the used sliding panel saw is quite high. I found one new Robland E300 Sliding Panel Saw on ebay for £2,000.00. I am sure shipping and perhaps export and import duties could add to the price. Since the current conversion of pound to dollar is 1.31 per U.S. Dollar, the £2,000.00 is $2620.":

I have to believe there are several manufactures of quality industrial sliding panel saws. Before shelling out $12,000, spending some time researching the market could yield a better and perhaps new saw. One site I found is

Not sure I helped much. Good luck in your purchasing decision.

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#2 posted 08-20-2016 03:23 AM

I’ve got an Altendorf F-90 in the Chicago area that I’m willing to sell. I need the floor space back and that machine consumes a lot. PM me if you’re close enough to have an interest and I’ll send details.

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