|Forum topic by jasont||posted 03-09-2014 02:51 PM||851 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
03-09-2014 02:51 PM
I am new to lumberjocks, long time reader first time poster. I live up in ontario and am looking to set up my own shop and am looking for a decent table saw that is reliable and wont blow out on me after a few uses. I am looking for something preferably mobile with accurate cuts. I am not a cabinet maker and dont require something that is accurate to mm but i want consistent cuts. I am more of a hobbiest/ DIY kinda guy
I have been looking into the ridgid cast iron table saw https://www.ridgid.com/ca/en/10-inch-cast-iron-table-saw
A more portable worksite saw like the bosch GTS1031 and build a mobile cabinet/ table around it with a router attachment.
Can anyone help me out here i keep hearing mixed reviews from different people on both saws. As soon as one sounds great a bad review pops up. The Rigid is at the limit of my budget so it anyone has any suggestions please let me know. Any and all are welcome.