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#1 Table Saw Feature! (How I Chose My Replacement For My Old Table Saw)
I finally got around to replacing my old Dewalt 744 table saw. I had been meaning to for several months, once I’d finally grasped that the blade alignment issue (particularly while bevel cutting) wasn’t going to resolve itself.
I scoured the market for a new 10″ table saw–and found that table saws are really expensive these days!
I particularly wanted a JOBSITE TABLE SAW, because they’re so much more affordable and portable.
But, any saw I look at absoultely has to have a +24″ RIP CAPACITY! That is, the ability to rip a sheet of plywood in half lengthwise. And preferably, I like MORE than 24″ rip capacity, because it makes handling the plywood sheets so much easier.
In the end, I went with the DEWALT DWE7491RS…essentially the updated version of my older saw.
Dewalt still just has the jobsite table saw market figured out. Their model is light, portable, has very smooth bevel rips, and an excellent rack and pinion fence system. Also, it has an amazing +32″ rip capacity!
I filmed all of POWER TOOLS EXPLAINED on this model!
Thanks for watching this week!
The Honest Carpenter