In depth on the table saw

Thought I’d do as promised and post a few pics.

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The left side, the sliding miter table (SMT).

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With the SMT off.

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SMT full range of motion.

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2.5″ dust port on the rear.

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The SMT stows over the port when not in use, something I’m going to have to remember to remove each time, or it makes a huge mess.

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The router table, which can be mounted virtually anywhere along the rails. It comes with a host of attachments, none of which I’ve even taken out of the box yet. You can see the miter slots built in, but those are for use only with the router. We’ll have to see about that…

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The miter bar, miter fence and rip fence all store on the left side of the saw underneath the wrench and blade storage.

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Full range of the router table. Can also be mounted on the other side of the blade.

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45 degree right tilt capability. Can also rip or crosscut a 4×4. Very nice.

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On it’s end, ready to be put away.

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