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#1 posted 05-19-2009 01:50 AM

Once you go with the typical portables, you give up several advantages that the bigger belt driven cast iron saws offer, but the portability sure can come in handy. GI offered a saw for a while that was basically a hybrid on a stand. It looked a whole lot like the current Jet 708100…some call it a contractor saw but it had a belt drive induction motor housed inside the enclosure. The Hitachi C10FL is similar from a description. Sawstop is introducing a full size contractor saw on a stand….one issue with this saw is that it has an outboard motor. These could serve as some ideas of what you can do.


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