Someone on my sanding thread said that there was a lot of pieces of wood in them piles.
Well that's nothing compared to the number of pieces that have been used for this.
That table saw is a real work horse
You might find most builders are afraid to take pics like 1, 2 and 3. I on the other hand am not.
There was three palates like the one in pic 7 This one is the last one and about half gone.
So more on this table saw I read the reviews for it on amazon. One guy said don't buy it. It will not rip a 1/4" piece of maple.
Well it does not even come with a rip fence. not that a whole .9 amp motor is really going to be all that tough.
Another guy said don't buy it there is not enough blade adjustment. Pretty hard to adjust a blade up and down on a saw that has no adjustment at all. Yet another said don't the blade wobbles. well the blade that come on the saw is pretty cheese ball and the off set on the teeth is way over kill and makes the blade look like it is wobbling but really it's not.
So all in all the saw is really a pretty good buy for 50 bucks. Why just today alone I bet I made better than 50 cuts with it. Granted I'm cutting ceder but that's close enough to the balsa that it is made for