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Planeman40

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#1 posted 07-10-2018 01:08 PM

I put my 800 pound Hammer K3 sliding table saw on non-locking casters and it stays put while using. In fact, it takes some real shoving to make it move. I did this to make this big saw repositionable in my relatively small shop to allow for long boards which in my basement shop are rare. In fact, most of my machines are on non-locking casters and don’t move when using. My theory if if you are moving one of these machines with pressure, you are doing something very wrong. However, I generally only make smaller things, not big cabinets or very large projects.

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