I also have the Grizzly...good deal
Only complaint is the locking mech on the fence...fairly primitive, but I
reworked it a bit so that it stayed in adjustment. I did buy the 50inch
fence extensions to allow cutting 4x8 sheets easily.
i trued up the table extensions with small shims on initial ass'y...flat
ever since (about 3 years). i do more car than woodworking lately, but the
saw has worked well for construction rojects, tables/ counters, etc.
haven't made any fancy furniture with it yet. i do agree that it's the best
deal for the $ that I could find a few years ago.
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Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 6:12 PM
To: Epetrevich@relavis.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Router table/saw extension.
"Any ideas on the following?
1-What table saw should I get? (<$1000)
2-Any ideas for mounting the shaper table just like a router?
3-Does anyone have any ideas on way this type of combo isn't a good idea?"
#1 is easy. The only great saw under $1000 is the Grizzly G1023S cabinet
saw. Current selling price is $795 + $68 shipping to your door. See more at:
Every review has raved about this saw. I was at their showroom in MO and it
sure looks like a great value.
I have the same shaper as you (I think, it is about 9x15 and a fair amount
of cast iron). The weight will be the only problem compared to a router.
Mark V.S. in Austin, TX
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