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    • Is your carcass glued up? If not you could possibly do it with a dowel, 1/2” size. Drill your hole through the bottom shelf into the leg, doing your best to drill at the angle the leg sits. You’ll need to do this with the bottom sitting on the legs with the legs in the correct position, drill through shelf and into the leg.  To help with stability, clamp the bottom shelf to your workbench with the legs in position between the shelf and the workbench, the clamping pressure should be enough to stabilize the legs for the drilling procedure. It might be a little hairy but it should work. Yes, a domino could be used here too, but if you don’t have one it doesn’t help.    I would also consider in addition to the dowel a brace glued in place under the cabinet and on the part of the leg the is not visible. 
    • @RichardA yes, I did. Actually the Gizzly and the Shop Fox are very similar. The Shop Fox saws are being sold on Grizzly website
    • Have you looked at the Grizzly G0771Z ?  The table is bigger, it has dust collection, cast iron table, blade guard, riving knife for $925, plus $129 shipping and I think there's a 10 or 15% off promotion going on at the moment.   And they are known for their excellent customer service.
    • Hello everyone, I am a beginner and trying to buy a good table saw in the range $700-$1000 as a long term investment for my hobby. I am impressed by the Shop Fox W1837 with following points: 2 HP, 120-Volt/240-Volt, single-phase (prewired for 120-Volt) cabinet-mounted trunnions serpentine belt and pulley system for smooth and quiet operation with better power transfer than a standard V-belt drive system On the other hand, the Rigid R4520 which is quite popular with both the good and bad reputation. It is cheaper ($750 vs $1000) and the build is not as good. It does not have any of the good points listed above but I can install the Incra  TS-LS ($500) later if I want to increase the accuracy. Maybe the Rigid saw is more than good for me to start my woodworking journey. So let me know what do you think? I am not so hurry with the purchase because I need to setup my shop in the garage first. Thanks in advance!!!
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