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#1 posted 08-08-2015 12:18 AM

I think now more than ever it s very possible to go without a table saw. You can make dados, tenons, and grooves using a router/router table, a router plane, and a shoulder plane. Repeatable cross cuts you can do with a miter saw, or, if you are lucky, a radial arm saw.

About the only thing you d have trouble with is ripping thin strips, but that s possible with the MFT/Track saw combo if you don t need very long, very thin strips.

I m not rushing to get rid of my table saw, but given the right circumstances, I could most certainly do without it.

- jonah

Or you can do all of that with one machine: a tablesaw!

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