NickAylett
 
 
 
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From:Utah, United States
Describe Yourself:Residential Construction
Years of Experience:6-10
Durable and Smooth
PostedMarch 31, 2014
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From:Utah, United States
Describe Yourself:Residential Construction
Years of Experience:6-10
I have used this saw a fair bit and have been very pleased. It is very smooth and cuts with a good ammount of power. I had to micro allign the fence to square it up. That was fairly difficult to do, but with a framing square, and some patience it has really paid off. The fence has stayed quite square.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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is there a router table for this table saw?

No. There is, however, a space where you could put one. If you're handy enough you could easily attach some good plywood to the right side of the table between the front and rear fence guides.
1 year ago
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Can someone come to assist me with putting this together?

My boyfriend got this table saw for me for my birthday a little over one year ago. We waited to put it together for too long, which meant that by the time I got around to trying to register the product, it was too late. So I'm not sure if I'm under warrantee or not. Anyway, he put it together for me but there are two things that are a little off that we couldn't get just right. Something seems to be missing from the foot pedal so the table doesn't stay in a locked rolling position when we try to move it. Obviously, it's very hard to move the table when it keeps dropping down over the wheels. Also, the area where you're supposed to be able to add something like a router table is uneven. One side is longer than the other, and we can't figure out how to make it even. I feel like we need someone who knows how this is supposed to be put together to come and help us fix these things. Is that possible?
This happened to me as well. I turned it over and found that I didn't put the wheels on properly. I had to study it for several minutes to understand.

Turn it over and engage the lift pedal and you'll notice how it lifts the wheels. Look closely, and you'll see that you need to remove the bolts that are holding on the wheels and move the part that's doing the lifting to the other position (it is on a little hinge of it's own). Replace the wheels and you're good to go.

NOTE: I didn't have to do it to all 4 wheels. It was only necessary on the front two. Your situation may be different.
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