High Points: ↑ The best power in the test of nine tablesaws. ↑ The power switch with large “off” paddle proved easy to use.…
↑ With digital readout and insignificant backlash, blade-bevel adjustments proved accurate within .1°. ↑ This mid-priced cabinet saw comes with large outfeed and extension tables and two storage shelves as standard equipment. ↑ With only three table-mounting bolts, the top is easier to align than the tops on the other saws, which have four bolts. Low Points: ↓ Requires a wrench to change to the riving knife. (Grizzly is changing to a tool-free design on future models.) More Points: → The miter gauge features width adjusters on the bar, but only three miter stops. → It comes with a power cord, but no plug.
Ease of Use
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