Left tilt. These are engineered a little different but it is very cool. They are pretty much the only table saw where the dust collection actually works.WarnerConstInc. said:Is that thing a right tilt?
This one is for sale. I'm moving the one pictured above to this guys spot and selling this one. Make me an offer...WarnerConstInc. said:Tell them to sell me that horrible 66 real cheap, I could use a new portable saw.
No sheet goods through my saws, if I have to use sheet goods I bust them up with my rail saw.
Sorry, no help.
I figured that. :laughing: I'll let you know what we decide on price. I'm guessing it will sit around here for a while...so I'll let you know when the price gets dropped in about 6 months. Its a powerful saw.I don't like to pay much for anything.:laughing:
I can come get it and load it though.:laughing:
I figure some drop in performance is to be expected from a newer company verses something as old as powermatic. The 5 horse 66 I have in the middle of the shop is nothing to brag about. I wanted to get the 7.5 horse sawstop but it would have cost an extra grand since we bought the display model for about $500 off. I'll make it work. Time will tell. I've put the powermatic in here through hell. You have to re-tighten the belt once in a while to get your power back. Otherwise its been a great machine. The belt on the sawstop is way better than the PM.Thats right, two sets of belts on them because of the whole break thingy.
I hope it works out for you, I have a couple friends that over see the production side of things at huge cabinet shops and they are all disappointed with the performance of the SS.