BuckeyeDennis wrote:Indeed ... highly recommended!
I’m admittedly biased. I own three Shopsmiths, average age 51 years. And four DeWalt RAS’s, average age 61 years. DeWalts built before about 1963 are built like high-precision tanks, as are all of the industrial models. My oldest DeWalt is a little one built in 1941, that takes an 8” blade. It’s not much bigger than a modern SCMS, but it weighs about 200 pounds, and feels like a chunk of solid granite.
Glad I’m not the only one. I have 4 Shopsmiths, one Shopsmith clone, and 4 DeWalt radial arm saws. I find I use the RAS for a lot more than the table saw on the shopsmiths.
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