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Posted on Another "Help me pick a (very modestly priced) table saw" thread

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#1 posted 08-01-2016 12:03 PM

Another vote for a Craftsman 113 model. I had one with an all cast iron top that worked for me for 25 years. Some upgrades such as a decent blade, miter gauge and maybe a fence, but the stock fence will work with some adjustment for a start. This a lot of saw for the small amount that you will pay. Later, when you are better established; you can look for a replacement since you will have some experience and know what features you want/need. Good luck, have fun and work safely.

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