That looks great! Every little detail, even the lock! What kind of wood is that?
Mahogany the top is Ipea
Maybe I'll make one for myself. Fill it with my Burton Ale
A man with a plan.... Very nice!Snezles61
Pretty cool. Started looking at table saws today..
I have a Ridgid portable saw on a stand.... I really like it... At work, we've had many different makes and models... I've not been impressed like I am with mine.... My 2 cents worth.... Sneezles61
I was contemplating that saw. Although they are controversial, I really like the sawstop
I have an old Jet in the garage was a good saw in it's day. Actually still a good saw. For a portable the ridged or for a compact the DeWalt
that is cool
That's great. Did you make the lock?
Does it have the same warranty as their other tools?I bought the Rigid corded multi tool for some renovations and I love it.
I believe they carry the lifetime warranty
Things change... I never applied... 12 years later... Sneezles61
Are you going to spring for the "saw stop" auto-stop function that can't cut flesh?
That's what I was thinking. Pretty incredible technology
Use the saw properly and you shouldn't need that.
true... but the title of this thread...
Haha. I'm actually thinking about joining the Oregon guild of woodworkers to take some classes and gain experience. Of course, there shop uses them
That's a good idea. They will teach safety. It's a lot less painful. I still have my fingers but I have had close calls which was enough to teach me respect