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#1 posted 06-24-2012 11:47 AM

Check out what b2rtch dod with an old unisaw:

http://lumberjocks.com/topics/39071

I also depends on your mechanical ability. You will likely need to fabricate a few things, get some parts to work/fit that were not necessarily designed to etc. I like the idea as well and if I ever find anything worth restoring, I will give it a go.

Also any saw cam hurt you. Guards, splitters, etc can help a little, but if you do something stupid you are going to get hurt. Even with a sawstop. Cutting yourself on the saw is only half of your problem. A saw stop will still toss a piece of wood back at you at a hundres miles an hour

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