|Forum topic by irish620||posted 03-09-2012 03:03 PM||5150 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
03-09-2012 03:03 PM
I have a opportunity to purchased a Inca 2200 table saw built in 1999. I have done as much research as possible without actually using the saw. I have used Euro saws before and found their design elements just make sense. More sense than most domestic saws. But I must admitt that the familiarity of the Deltas’ and the PMs’ is a strong reason not to buy this saw. Parts seems to be obtainable and hopefully with a saw of this seeming caliber, I would not need many if any. The arbor is 1” and not as convienant as possible, but it apparent makes for a much better operation.
They want roughly $1400-1800 , depending on negotiation. It has seen limiting use and seller seems well educated and pretty stand up. The other factor is its 2.5 hours driving distance from me.
Does anyone have any really world experience on this model. Are the features so great that I should overlook the other problems ? I could get a brand new Grizzly cabinet saw for that price. But the quality and precision would be glaringly different right ?
I love things that kind of fly under the radar of mainstream, but am I getting caught up in the novelty of the saw ?
Thanks for your help ,