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DEWALT DWE7480XA 10-Inch Compact Job Site Table Saw with Guarding System and Stand [With Stand] $329

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I've been looking at this saw and the job site one with wheels and I like this price, what does the guarding system usually cost separately
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$299.99 @ Home Depot in Green Bay Wi today. They have 8 on hand
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Also curious about how this compares to the ridgid table saw @ 199 in Home Depot Black Friday sale


https://homedepot.app.link/2B2GTAGrlI
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Home Depot $299

https://homedepot.app.link/Bc3k2hArlI
The one from HD is not the same model. The HD one is DW745S, which has less rip capacity. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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The one from HD is not the same model. The HD one is DW745S, which has less rip capacity. Correct me if I'm wrong.
My bad... you are right... it's a different model and rip capacity is less
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How does this compare to the 7491rs?
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How does this compare to the 7491rs?
The 7491rs has a better rolling stand and larger rip capacity.
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How does this compare to the 7491rs?
DWE4791RS will have 33% more rip capacity, better miter slot and more stability due to weight
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Interested in some woodworking here. I might do some home renovation, DIY some jigs, wall racks etc. M.....aybe later on take on some small furniture work.

If money is not an issue, I'm wondering if DWE4791 is overkill. Since I imagine I might only use it very sparsely and most of time it'll probably stay folded. Or I should get this instead for compact storage.
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I am wondering the same thing. Is this good enough for basic furniture work or wait for the 7491rs? Decisions.
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Dewalt has so many different models of table saws. I'm really just wanting something dependable that isn't supper expensive but is better than the entry level stuff. This seams like it's a great price. Now I'm just wondering if the lesser differences are worth the extra savings? Seams like it but to many choices
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Interested in some woodworking here. I might do some home renovation, DIY some jigs, wall racks etc. M.....aybe later on take on some small furniture work.

If money is not an issue, I'm wondering if DWE4791 is overkill. Since I imagine I might only use it very sparsely and most of time it'll probably stay folded. Or I should get this instead for compact storage.
I've been wondering the same thing myself. I'd rather spend more up front and get what I need as long as it's not overkill.
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Major downside if I go with DWE4791 is the size. It looks like needing a permanent place in my garage, even folded. With this model, I think I can put it on the shelf if it's to be packed for a while.
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