table saw review

If you need a portable saw that can rip long boards and plywood all day every day, then I recommend the DEWALT DW745 10-Inch Compact Job-Site Table Saw with 20-Inch Max Rip Capacity – 120V with 20-Inch Max Rip Capacity. Before portable table saws, there were only a few options: cut your boards on a large semi-stationary table saw, or use your circular saw with a straight-edge fence and hope for the best. While a good circular saw can be used for cutting framing lumber to length and cross-cutting trim boards, it cannot rip long boards or plywood while maintaing a precise straight cut. The DeWalt DW745 excels in this area. Not only is this table saw very precise, but it can be easily moved to wherever it is needed. Let’s take a detailed look at what makes this table saw so great.

What Makes a Good Table Saw?

If I had to choose one quality that separates the best table saws from those I consider average, it would be versatility. When working on a home improvement project or the jobsite, there are unexpected situations that constantly arise and I need tools that can roll with the punches. It can be very frustrating to be deep into a project and realize that none of your many tools can handle the job. As a result, the following table saw features are very

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