rudsro

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About rudsro

  • Birthday 04/08/1991

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    Minot, ND
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    Woodworking fun, the NEVER ENDING honey do list, and (off subject 3 gun competition)

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  1. I would love to get that nice cabinet saw but I would also like to keep my kidneys Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  2. Well I'm glad to hear that someone at least is getting good use out of the Rigid saw and their LSA. I personally don't think that will be the saw that I go with just to try my best to buy only one saw and not have an issue with it. So I believe the grizzly table saw Will probably be the saw that I'm going to make the jump on.
  3. I called around and was able to find the Delta one available for about 850.00 if you do the harbor freight 20% off deal through home depot. But it seems to be one of the harder saws to find detailed reviews on. So who knows
  4. thanks for the input so far I'm leaning towards the grizzly more just wondering if there is anything else I should be looking at that I didn't mention yet
  5. Thanks this is really the first forum I've ever joined I'm hoping being here will help keep my ambition/motivation high in the shop. But we'll see I just hope in the next few days i get enough people with good opinions to make a decision easily and get this beast ordered.
  6. Thanks for the input best of luck with the saw I hope everything is nice and square for you and has no alignment issues and you can give me a good review, that way I can finally quit looking and just get one coming. I tend to do too much research if that is possible before buying.
  7. I have been rattling my brain over which one of these saws will be the best investment of my money. My choices being the Grizzly G0715P hybrid saw, the Delta 36-5100, "and not high on my list for continuing issues I have heard of" but the Rigid R4512. my largest concerns being the accuracy of the saw over time and the durability/warranty of the saw to last. I have the power to do 220 for any of these saws. I have yet to find much info on the Delta other then what is stated on the website one thing i did notice was the depth of cut at 90 was deep enough to make it through a standing 2x4 which