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Old 11-21-2016, 04:03 PM   #16
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thanks for your feedback guys...

I went to home depot to see if I could view the DEWALT DWE7491RS 10-Inch Jobsite Table Saw and I saw the Delta 10" Model 36-6022 w stand. I've enclosed a general spec link [first one] and Delta's announcement of the 6000 Series 6022. The Delta 10" w stand is $569 while the Delta 10" w Stand is $299 now, but $229 on Black Friday sale. That's a huge difference. Both have 15AMP's but the Delta is 5000RPM's while the Delta is 4600RPM's. What's the catch here?

http://www.deltamachinery.com/produc...w/item/36-6022

Here's a link from Delta on their new 36-6022 10" TableSaw. HD lists it now for $299. but the B-Friday Promo has it for $229. That seems really low compared to the Dewalt

http://www.newson6.com/story/3376078...-for-christmas

Let me know what you guys think? Thanks, tstex

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Old 11-23-2016, 09:18 AM   #17
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I have own the ridgid portable table saw and it works great. Very portable. I have also used the bosch table saw and its a little better than the ridgid as far as precision, but its more expensive and the table itself is smaller.
I'm glad to hear you like the Ridgid, I just ordered their compact table saw (no stand) for $199. I plan on using some wood sawhorses and making an 8ft outfeed table I can drop the saw into. My dad praises their lifetime warranty so I thought I'd give them a shot.

The portable model with the stand will be $299 on Black Friday for anyone looking.
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I'm glad to hear you like the Ridgid, I just ordered their compact table saw (no stand) for $199. I plan on using some wood sawhorses and making an 8ft outfeed table I can drop the saw into. My dad praises their lifetime warranty so I thought I'd give them a shot.

The portable model with the stand will be $299 on Black Friday for anyone looking.
Thanks Jake - do you have a model # on the Rigid w Stand?

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Thanks Jake - do you have a model # on the Rigid w Stand?
It's the R4513. According to Home Depot's website, it's already down to $299.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-15...4513/100090444


I'm almost kicking myself for not getting this one instead of the compact model for $199. Most of my wood projects are rather small though so hopefully the smaller one will suffice for me.
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Thank you Jake - Happy Thanksgiving
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Just picked up that Ridgid, nice tool for $299.00 and the fence locks down front and rear, just like a Biesemeyer.
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Just picked up that Ridgid, nice tool for $299.00 and the fence locks down front and rear, just like a Biesemeyer.
Thanks Canary.

Is the fence a Rack & Pinion type?
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Is the fence a Rack & Pinion type?


No, the Biesemeyer type isn't rack and pinion. Only the DeWalt has the rack and pinion.
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Thanks Canary.

Is the fence a Rack & Pinion type?

Got it up and running today, everythings spot on right out of the box, nice on board storage for the fence, can't beat it for the money.
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Got it up and running today, everythings spot on right out of the box, nice on board storage for the fence, can't beat it for the money.
Good deal - thanks Canary.

Read a bunch of reviews, which I only pay attn. to the 1 & 2 stars to determine if anything is a show-stopper. The majority were 5's.

How is the overall construction and the material? Does it have a lot of plastic?

Thanks and good luck w your new saw,
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Good deal - thanks Canary.

Read a bunch of reviews, which I only pay attn. to the 1 & 2 stars to determine if anything is a show-stopper. The majority were 5's.

How is the overall construction and the material? Does it have a lot of plastic?

Thanks and good luck w your new saw,
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Overall construction is good, read one guy complaining about the tubing being light weight and crushing when he tightens the nuts, but he's probably one that
doesn't know when to quit, has spacers to allow folding action, so shouldn't be too tight to begin with, i didn't have any problems, all nuts are lock nuts.

No more plastic than anything else out there, rip fence automatically aligns, and has extremely smooth operation, like the riving knife, i'd do it again in a heartbeat.
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Just picked up that Ridgid, nice tool for $299.00 and the fence locks down front and rear, just like a Biesemeyer.

I have been using their earlier version of the same model for maybe 5 yrs now. Still a work horse and gets used frequently. The fence smoothness and locking is what sold me on it originally.

Only thing I have broke on it (twice now) and it is my own fault is the vac attachment stub out. A vac line can attach at the rear of the saw. When pushing stock thru and letting it fall the boards can wack the vac line cracking and breaking the stub out. Not really a complaint, just a lesson from experience. A helper or support stand solves the problem.
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Good deal...I'm going up tomorrow early after church to see if I can look one over and get the feel - for $299, that's hard to beat...Santa may visit my house early

Thanks again for your feedback guys..
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I wish I had bought the $299 version with the stand and picked it up. I ordered the $199 compact model and wanted it shipped to the store instead of my house. It's been over a week and no shipping updates and it still isn't at the store.
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$299 sounds like a great price, I am thinking I paid close to 5 bills

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