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bigJohninvegas

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#1 posted 08-08-2016 04:59 PM

I think that sherwood saw looks just like the ryobi saws that I see here in the U.S.
I’ll bet they all come off the same assembly line.
My first table saw was a ryobi that looked alot like that sherwood.
Was not impressed, and used it less than a year.
The bosch saw brand is known to me, though I have not owned it myself. To see a ryobi next to the bosch or dewalt saws side by side, not in a photo. The bosch saw seems more sturdy and of better quality than the ryobi I had.
At the time I purchased that ryobi saw, my budget would not allow for more.
I did not like the aluminum surface either.
In my opinion, I understand the need for portablity, if you can find one with a cast iron top. And look at knotscots post about the landing zone area I front of the blade. You will have a good saw.

-- John


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