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Just finished redoing the shop and ow it is time to look for a tablesaw.

Nothing fancy but i guess a ten inch blade is what i am looking for.

I have been comparing some in the shops but i would rather rely

on peoples experience.

So,what is a good table saw?Or better home made?

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I have two, I made one by inverting a circular saw and I also bought the Stanley table saw. ( as below)

 

They both are great for occasional D-I-Y use and projects. I have no complaints with the Stanley products. Good deal for the price. 

 

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/stanley-10-stst1825-1800w-2-2-i166936436-s205526901.html?spm=a2o4m.searchlist.list.1.26af52ecIuCeGc&search=1

 

 

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Thank you for that Charlie,looks like a good price for the Stanley.

Strong enough motor to do most jobs.

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9 hours ago, CharlieH said:

I have two, I made one by inverting a circular saw and I also bought the Stanley table saw. ( as below)

 

I have the Stanley too, it's fine for occasional DIY, at a sensible price.

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The Stanley is direct-drive, yes? 
 

What is the maximum depth of cut with the included blade? 

Is the rip-fence reasonably robust and does it hold well? 

 

How is the miter gage? 
 

Thanks!

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Oh, and is blade guard/anti-kick-back easy to on and off?

 

About how long is the arbor? 
 

thanks again

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Thank you all for your input,bought a Stanley today and i think

it will work fine for me.

Was thinking to get a more expensive one made by De walt

but you know the baht and all that.

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I would go for the homemade one from Somchai the handyman who can also do electrics.

 

I mean, you have healthcare insurance so why spend the extra bahts for some safe product from a real brand?

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4 hours ago, fruitman said:

A good tablesaw is a Festool.....that's what the pro's use.

No body should be buying those until the ones incorporating the SawStop system is available. Until then a SawStop is the safer bet.

Edited by sometimewoodworker

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1 hour ago, WayWokeWhiteGuy said:
18 hours ago, fruitman said:

A good tablesaw is a Festool.....that's what the pro's use.

Do they even make a table saw?

Yes and no the; Trimming saw PRECISIOCS 50 from £1,135 and Trimming saw PRECISIOCS 70 up to £2,937 don’t really count as full table saws but for small stuff they are great.

 

so a SawStop contractor saw from $1,399 is a good option.

 

 

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Saw (sorry about the pun) one in Mega Home, Ban Chang yesterday. 

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