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Posted on New table saw, questions on general use.

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#1 posted 11-26-2018 05:25 PM

Congrats on your new saw. This link is at Sawstop but the general differences apply. Contractors saw = heavier, more horse power, more table in front of the blade, larger table and dust port etc.

Jobsite vs Contractors saw.

The progression is usually jobsite, contractors, hybrid and cabinet.

That looks like a “jobsite” saw to me rather than a contractor saw.

- ArtMann

Could be. Can’t see the model # or what else was in the box, but a lot of jobsite saws come with a collapsible stand with wheels.

-- Andy - Seattle USA

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