High Points: ↑ One of the best saws for swapping the blade guard and riving knife thanks to a quick-release that’s accessible through an opening in the throat plate.…
It comes with a separate riving knife. ↑ Its rip fence was one of the easiest to adjust. Low Points: ↓ The plastic rip-fence scale proved inaccurate, coming up 1/64" short every 12". (Grizzly’s Bill Crofutt said future models will have a different, metal scale.) ↓ With no blade shroud or sloped cabinet bottom, dust collection proved only fair. More Points: → The miter gauge features width adjusters on the bar, but they’re difficult to use. → It comes with a power cord, but no plug.
Ease of Use
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