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Posted on Want to start making quality furniture.

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natenaaron

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#1 posted 06-25-2013 02:58 PM

Saw stop would be nice but it is priced to far out of my range. In reality though I am satisfied with the safety a riving knife and good guard afford.

Yes the blade is important but the blade is pretty useless if I don’t have the saw to put it on. The wood worker II gets great reviews and that is the way I will be going most likely. I have a Tenryu carbide metal cutting blade on one of my circular saws and that thing is beyond sweet for cutting wood.


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