Micro Mark vs. Proxxon Table Saw.

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Forum topic by MyWayChipCarving posted 09-11-2013 01:23 PM 2297 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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09-11-2013 01:23 PM

Looking at both of these table saws, they looked to be the same, with just slight differences in looks. I was wondering if the accessories for the Micro Mark would work with the Proxxon saw?

The Micro Mark has a lot more accessories compared to the Proxxon. The only reason why I ask is that I might be able to pick up a slightly used Proxxon table saw at a good price.

Any input would be great.

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#1 posted 09-11-2013 01:26 PM

Junk. Buy a 14” bandsaw and if budget is an issue look for an older Craftsman 12” bandsaw/sander.Put the rest of the cash in GOOD blades,guides, fences,sanding belts, good light or lazer etc.

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#2 posted 09-11-2013 01:35 PM

Loco tells it like it is I agree 100% invest for the long haul, you will be happy happy happy!

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#3 posted 09-11-2013 01:49 PM

Loco: Sounds good but a bandsaw will not do what I need.

Check this out.

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#4 posted 09-11-2013 05:20 PM

I have an old 4” Jarmac model maker’s table saw. Here is the advice I can give.

None of these have much power. They can cut up to about 1/4” wood with the right blade (see below) and bog down with heavier stuff. “Attachments” mean very little. You can make all that are necessary. The ONLY blade that I have found that works well is a 4” dia 1/16” wide (kerf) carbide tip blade. I found a 48 tooth one at Harbor Freight a few years back, bought three. Haven’t seen a 48 tooth 4” blade since. Try the Internet. Actually, these small saws are more prone to nipping a finger as you are working with small stuff so close to the blade. Use push sticks and anything else to keep your fingers from the blade. Handy little saws for model making and small stuff within their capability.


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