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    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 04-30-2009 at 01:03 AM.
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    Just think Stu could have had both & slid both back against the wall & made lots of room in his shop.
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    Neat. Might be good for a (very) small shop and/or portability.

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    That would be a sweet tool for the job site. Wonder if they will sell it in the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    That would be a sweet tool for the job site. Wonder if they will sell it in the US.
    ditto. I wouldn't want it as a primary saw, but for a jobsite tool it would seem to be an excellent mix for that environment.
    -Ned

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    Nice little saw Chuck. Note to self: Don't rest hand on top of saw when using the chop saw.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Townend View Post
    Nice little saw Chuck. Note to self: Don't rest hand on top of saw when using the chop saw.
    Might be the one time no one actually removes a blade guard.
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