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CRAFTSMAN 10-in Carbide-Tipped Blade 15-Amp Table Saw $159

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Lowe's has the CRAFTSMAN 10-in Carbide-Tipped Blade 15-Amp Table Saw (CMXETAX69434502) on sale for $159. Shipping is free, otherwise select free curbside pickup where available.

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This price is much lower than Ryobi or other brands with similar features.
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Been looking for a table saw. Good deal?
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Been looking for a table saw. Good deal?
If you shop around, this is a good price for a reputable brand. It also comes with the legs attachment at this price with many others do not.
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Thanks, was good to jump on that dewalt deal last time but didn't want to spend too much. Plus you could get a 20 off 100 coupon and do that too
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Even more slick for anyone who recently purchased a Lowe's giftcard at a discount.
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The Kobalt goes on sale a couple of times a year, if you can wait. $179-$200. Setup an alert. It's better IMO. Better stand for sure.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1000875372
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Thanks I'll wait it out then.
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Can this fit a dado stack?
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Even more slick for anyone who recently purchased a Lowe's giftcard at a discount.
Do you know where can I find such discounted gc
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Can this fit a dado stack?
This is becoming like the "can it run Crysis" question of table saws. One answer says no, one answer says manual claims up to 1/2", but they couldn't find the recommended throat plate for it. So most likely no.

Dados are useful for when you're producing multiple panels that need the same cut, but for the average DIYer, you're going to spend more time setting up the stack than you are cutting your dado. Get a nice router and a jig instead.

This saw only claims a 10" left and 12" right rip capacity, FYI. To me, that indicates the stand isn't stable enough for wider panels and the saw may want to tip forward when placing the end of a longer piece on the table for cutting. I could be wrong, but worth considering.
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I was just looking at this yesterday. Looks like a great value. However I do not think I will get it because of the narrow rip capacity. Iirc its about 13 or 14 and most table saws are double that. Boy do I want a table saw tho. im clamping boards and using a jigsaw right now.
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Reviews for this product are a bit hard to find.

I found this one for anyone who cares.
http://www.ecrostech.com/wiki/pmw...anTableSaw

It didn't really sell it for me, but I'm not refusing it yet. If you want something good right of the box this isn't it though, per the review.
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Purchased this about 2 months ago and ended up returning it. I had most of it assembled, but the anti-kickback pawls are a pain to get on and off. Maybe I just got a bad one, but it seems to be a common problem.
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I looked this over in the store last week. Hard pass for me. The legs and the fence setup is not very stable, and the miter/track was sloppy AF. Unimpressed.

If all you need is something to rip boards and panels, you might be better served with a circular saw and guide rail for a lower cost. Even stepping up to a 10-inch circular saw makes more sense to me than spending a buck and a half on this Craftsman saw.
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