|Forum topic by Mark Shymanski||posted 02-12-2011 06:59 AM||2913 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
02-12-2011 06:59 AM
I am seriously looking to replace my TS with something a lot more robust and have been considering General, Grizzly and Sawstop (SS). My question is for the folks who actually own one and have it in an unheated garage and get weather in the -40C range like we’ve had here the first part of this week (its -6 now…go figure?). If I use the Sawstop after heating the garage up for 5 to 20 hours previously will the electronics and detection technology still work? Can I, indeed, store the Sawstop in the cold garage with out knackering the detection circuitry? How will condensation affect this technology? Is there anything you’d tell a prospective buyer about cold weather and the SS?
Maybe I should be sending these questions to SS also…but I will wait to see what the collective LJ wisdom is, thank you for your feedback.
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