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#1 posted 03-06-2019 09:18 PM

Also, I would agree that you will likely outgrow your table saw pretty quickly. BUT, that depends on what kinds of projects you do. If you do smaller projects, you may find that you rely more on a bandsaw than on a table saw. I would keep what you have if it gets the job done to your satisfaction. Then upgrade when it doesn’t. I agree with Bill on the bandsaw too. I have a 14” Grizzly with a riser block and it’s a workhorse.

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