Not a 'new' tool but a resurrected and repurposed old tool.
I have a big ol' Grizzly cabinet saw that has been stored for years now. Unavailable because there is no space to set it up anywhere. But I need to have tablesaw capability for a number of other smaller projects.
I had acquired this little tabletop Delta saw and decided it could be made to work out well. A few changes were in order. I didn't get a fence with it, so a solution had to be found there. I took a page from Beismeyer and got pretentious. The fence body is a clamp guide from Harbor Freight a bit modified. I mounted a channel on the front of the saw, created a tee bar for the clamp, removed one of the clamp pads, and Bob's yer uncle. I did have to 3D print a part to hold the tee bar in position.
Still to do is apply the PSA tape measure (when it gets here), add an folding outfeed table. and fashion a dust collector. I will also use a 7 1/2" blade instead of the 10". Have no real need for the 10" and it is a lot noisier that the smaller blade. Fence works well. Not as beefy as the steel Biesmeyer but in keeping with the lightweight duty of this saw. Whole thing is on a rolling cabinet.
This is the same saw I dedicated to the iBox jig which will get a workout when I get back from vacation. I need some drawers, both in the CNC cabinet (in the background) and for the mini tablesaw cabinet. The lab has a big panel saw for breaking down sheets and a SCMS for cutting to length. The tablesaw will rip to widths, create the dado for the bottoms and do the box joint corners.