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Jim Finn

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#1 posted 08-20-2017 09:21 PM

Sounds like you do not want a Sawstop…OK. I do not understand the add-on issue as you can buy it with nothing else but the base unit.

Instead of a table saw, he might like making things on a scroll saw…safer, cheaper and lots of different things to make.

- Redoak49

I agree 100% the safest tool in my shop is my scroll saw. One can cut their finger a little but that is it. There are many many things to make using a scroll saw. Check out some scroll saw forums.

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