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#1 posted 02-13-2018 10:46 PM

My garage is only at 110v, which makes this 110/220 option very valuable to me for a dedicated shop in the future that I can switch it too. I feel I have currently run my jobsite saw to its limits with the joinery I would like to accomplish and the tolerances it provides. I would need to take the extension table off so I can pack it way to the end of the garage, and just use the cast wings. The motor noise is also a concern. The Dewalt 748 absolutely screams. Its fine for me with ear protection, but it is very noisy in the house. I hope this Delta can eliminate some of that.

He also has the original dust cover as well.

Oh and also to mention, I have a 1947 6” Delta Jointer and 1950s Delta 16” scroll saw I am currently restoring now too which adds appeal.


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