Here's a question we got recently:
"What is the best cabinet saw; Powermatic 2000, powermatic 66, Jet,
I asked for a little more detail (best doesn't indicate much and got this in response:
"Thank you for responding to my email so quickly.
The main job for my cabinet saw is ripping from 4 1/4 to 10 1/4 hardwood
lumber and occassional dadoes. I run a small shop and do a gambit of
projects from building custom made furniture to restoring antiques.
Thus far I have my choices down to two saws: Powermatic 2000 or Jet
Xactasaw. I'm leaning more towards the Powermatic 2000 but I know it's just for ego. I'm hoping not to spend over $2500.
Looking forward to your opinion."
What do you guys think?