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#1 posted 08-14-2017 06:21 PM

Hello! My name is Warren and I just joined the forum. I am also very new to woodworking. It started with a few small projects around the house and pretty much have been hooked from there. I have a decent arsenal of tools to accomplish most small tasks. The one thing I dont have right now that would make things much easier is the TABLE SAW. I have read so many reviews and ratings on the latest and greatest in this department. The main saws I have researched are the R4512, Delta 36-725, and the extremely tempting sawstop, but I feel that it would be better, as this is my first table saw, to find a nice used saw for now and save the money for the big boy later. I have scoured all through craigslist and in the local area and the two links below I believe are the best offerings at the moment. I would greatly appreciate any input or thoughts. One is a delta and the other a craftsman. They seem to be in really good shape for the age

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