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Was $229 last month just a FYI
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Was $229 last month just a FYI
this model is discontinued so they are clearanceing them out now, hard to find

moving to an 8 inch blade instead of 10 inch on their compact saws
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I have this table saw and it is excellent for a small, jobsite saw. I got mine for this same price with the stand (which I highly recommend). The biggest downside to this saw are the lousy miter gauge/track. My first projects on the saw were a cross-cut sled for 90 degree cuts and a zero clearance throat plate.. The fence is as good as you will find in a saw of this class/price.

Edit: Also, you cannot use a dado stack with this saw...
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I have this table saw and it is excellent for a small, jobsite saw. I got mine for this same price with the stand (which I highly recommend). The biggest downside to this saw are the lousy miter gauge/track. My first projects on the saw were a cross-cut sled for 90 degree cuts and a zero clearance throat plate.. The fence is as good as you will find in a saw of this class/price.

What did you buy to replace the lousy miter gauge/track?
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What did you buy to replace the lousy miter gauge/track?
I probably wouldn't with this saw. A DIY cross-cut sled is your best option, lots of different ways to build one and can be as simple or complex as you want. However, if you did want one, the Incra miter gauges are great and highly recommended. Also, a less than desirable miter gauge is included in almost every table saw in this price range ($200 - $500).
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you cannot use a dado stack with this saw...
I am constantly surprised by the number of people that want to put a dado stack on a little portable jobsite saw. I have a big cabinet saw and only very rarely opt for doing dados with it over a router (either in a table or with a simple homemade jig) because of the time it takes to swap out the blades and get the stack set just right.
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I am constantly surprised by the number of people that want to put a dado stack on a little portable jobsite saw. I have a big cabinet saw and only very rarely opt for doing dados with it over a router (either in a table or with a simple homemade jig) because of the time it takes to swap out the blades and get the stack set just right.
I feel like it's often just parroted because everyone's started asking if it takes a dado stack but the people asking don't have any actual needs for it, they just want to have the features of the more expensive saws.
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I feel like it's often just parroted because everyone's started asking if it takes a dado stack but the people asking don't have any actual needs for it, they just want to have the features of the more expensive saws.
definitely a commonly asked question in every cheap saw post... I have a feeling people looking at saws like this don't know why they would or wouldn't need a dado stack vs something else
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Wasn't this on sale for $259 just yesterday on the special buy of the day?
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Got one. The other day went oos right away at $259. Still good saw at $279 if you need one
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this model is discontinued so they are clearanceing them out now, hard to find

moving to an 8 inch blade instead of 10 inch on their compact saws
I hadn't heard that. That sucks
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I am constantly surprised by the number of people that want to put a dado stack on a little portable jobsite saw. I have a big cabinet saw and only very rarely opt for doing dados with it over a router (either in a table or with a simple homemade jig) because of the time it takes to swap out the blades and get the stack set just right.

"can it take a dado stack?" is the "can it run crysis?" of table saws
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If you live near a Menards there's also an 11% Home Depot rebate available for in-store purchases. Might be worth calling your Home Depot and asking if you can order from the service desk in order to claim the rebate.
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Wasn't this on sale for $259 just yesterday on the special buy of the day?
On Monday, yes it went 'Out of stock' before 7am. Miraculously it's back in stock 2 days later for $20 more.

fwiw - DW745 is $269 at Amazon (price match, more convenient). https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DW7...B000HXT2N6
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