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Posted on Starting with Sawstop Contractor then possibly upgrading

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#1 posted 04-25-2017 08:52 PM

So … I went ahead and bought the PCS 3hp with 52 in T-Glide. Half way through assembly and as everything I ve read, manuals and process is great.

Thanks for input !

- crookedpine

Hey guys. He did pull the trigger on the 3 HP PCS.

Enjoy it. It’s the nature of these things.

When I bought mine, it was after ratcheting up from getting a new fence for an old Craftsman. After getting it, it is just so nice to use, that I use it more than I ever thought I would.

That’s part of the equation that is hard to get a handle on. With better tools, you enjoy what you are doing more, and therefore are more likely to do it and use the tool more.

I went through something similar when I got a DW735 planer. A project sort of required a planer. But I wasn’t too sure how much more use I’d get out of it. Now that I have it, it has opened up a whole new way to work with wood. No longer restricted to stock boards.

Anyway, enjoy getting the saw up and running.

-- Clin

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