I really liked my Powermatic 2000, but most are not going to be willing to spend 4 k on a table saw. Jet and grizzly both make decent entry level saws. Some of the higher end Deltas are nice too. Look into getting a lightly used saw and it will save you a ton of money.Hey I am going to be purchasing a table saw soon.
I am looking to see what type of dado compatible table saws people like, or dont like.
I never considered a wobble dado until one came free with a radial arm saw I bought. I threw it on for kicks and giggles and now know I should have never written it off. It cuts much cleaner then a stack. And the term wobble is kinda miss-leading. The blade doesn't wobble at all, it is simply mounted on the arbor at a slight angle so when it spins it gives the impression of wobbling. They are also very convenient when wanting to change width of cut.. Instead of removing or adding blades you simply turn a dial and it adjusts the angle of the blade.Not everyone will agree with my suggestion. The 'wobble' style dado blade has its admirers at Beesource. :lookout:
I agree... I got myself one for Christmas, a good deal I thought, until I realized the arbor was too short for a dado blade.Buy more saw than you think you need. You can thank me later.
Well, first off the user manual does not advise this. Read it here.Davacoles, what did you have to modify to get the 3/4 stack to work on your table saw?