|Forum topic by tedth66||posted 08-15-2010 04:27 AM||1779 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
08-15-2010 04:27 AM
I’ve been on a quest to set up my garage as both a shop and a place to park both my cars. I bought a Sawstop contractor saw and built a custom cabinet for it and added a router table on the end of the table. I bought my Sawstop for ~2300 bucks because I upgraded the wings to cast iron and upgraded the rails to 52”. The custom cabinet is great as it controls the dust and gives me a lot of storage. I love my Sawstop but the truth is it’s just too big as I need a dust collector and as most of you know, the dust collectors are huge and if I’m going to succeed on my quest then I need to scale down my tablesaw. My question is, what is my 1 year old Sawstop worth with the custom cabinet (router included)? If I sold my Sawstop with custom cabinet, I’d go buy the smaller Sawstop cabinet saw to replace this monstrous one.
here’s a link to my huge saw
Is my saw worth significantly less than what I paid for it or does the cabinet + router help eat some of the depreciation?