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DeWALT DWE7485 8-1/4" Compact Jobsite Table Saw

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Blains Farm Fleet has DeWALT DWE7485 8-1/4" Compact Jobsite Table Saw for $299 (price will show in cart). Select free store pickup where available otherwise shipping costs will vary by zip.

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Features:
  • Compact size for easy transportation and storage
  • Rack & pinion telescoping fence rails make fence adjustments fast, smooth, and accurate
  • 24.5" of rip capacity for ripping 4x8 plywood or OSB sheets
  • Power-loss reset prevents accidental restarts following a power disruption when the tool is left in the on position
  • Blade brake
  • On-board storage for guard, fence, wrenches, and miter gauge
  • Metal roll cage base for jobsite durability
  • Site-Pro Modular Guarding System allows for tool-free adjustments of the guarding
  • AC Powered
  • The compatible stand is model DW7451

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What? A LOT of woodworking hobbyists would disagree with you. It's one of the most versatile woodworking tool you can have. A panel saw is only good for cross cutting so you are pretty limited on what you can do. Plus every Home Depot and Lowe's have a panel saw onsite and they'll give you 2 cuts per piece for free. A table saw might be useless for a person with 1 arm but for everyone else it's a great tool.
I have the new Skil table saw (TS6307) that retails for $299 as well. 10" blade, stand built into the base (adjustable, collapsible legs), and same rack and pinion fence. It's the first new table saw under Skil's new owner, Chevron, or EGO brand fame. They have revamped the entire Skil line slowly and much more into a pro-sumer line than a starter DIYer line. I was about to get the big Dewalt since I needed a stand for my projects around the house. This Dewalt + stand was nearly the same price as the big one(7491 I think it is?). Anyway, very happy with the Skil. Came out in October 2020 so reviews are/were sparser when I looked, but solid. I learned about it on the VGC YT channel.

For what it's worth, I am much more Team Ryobi, which won't change at this point, but they don't have a rack and pinion fence, which was a must have for me - sturdy stand, rack and pinion, at least 24" rip capacity. I can hipcheck this and instead of wobbling, either it doesn't move or the whole unit skids. That's important because it doesn't feel like it will tip. Dewalt had the only other stand I could knock with my hip and it not feel wobbly - could have just been properly adjusted, but Bosch, HPT, Kobalt, all wobbled at my local stores.
While I do agree with you that almost all woodworkers would disagree with my view on table saws, you did prove why so many do disagree with me.... the lack of knowing a panel saws abilities.

They do far more than crosscut. They rip, dado, miter, resaw, notch, etc. They do everything a tablesaw does, but safer.

I always thought the same about table saws, and how invaluable they are. Then a few buddies showed me their panel saws and it changed the game for me. A lot of the newer blood have started dropping the $4k table saws, and doing panel saws.

The one downfall on a panel vs table saw... dust collection. It's just not quite as good as a table saw. But it's more than acceptable for any environment.

Plus, a panel saw is just easier to use. And far less costly. However, some people buy prefab panel saws, but that's ridiculously overpriced when you can make one for less than a decent miter saw. And then you can go crazy on accessories with a homemade one. My brother-in-law made autofeed motors for his and bought the giant 13in handplaner and mounted it to his panel track. Now he can plane huge slabs with ease and way faster than a router planer does it.

So a panel saw, can be extremely versatile. And it can have multiple tools used on them. However, the "table saw is number 1" mindset, still reigns supreme in woodworkers... As are the injuries caused by it.

So hopefully, I helped you truly think about it. Too many people in the industry have old ideas on certain tools. And when everyone used radial arm saws (death traps) back in the day, they thought the same thing about table saws.

So look into a panel saw... they're realllly easy to make and so much fun to use. You can even use them with one arm. Smilie

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Price in the title or in post please
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Should be in title - price is $299
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Should be in title - price is $299
Updated, thanks
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Price in the title or in post please
Edited, thanks
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Not a bad price, been this price since December. Sometimes you can get it at this price with a stand.
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No luck with shipping to CA Frown
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Wish a 10in would go on sale. Probably gonna have to wait until father's day.
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I bought it at home depot last week for 399. I think I'm going to wait for the 180 days and see if it drops to 299 locally or have a deal with the stand... Maybe a black Friday in spring or July or something.
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I have the new Skil table saw (TS6307) that retails for $299 as well. 10" blade, stand built into the base (adjustable, collapsible legs), and same rack and pinion fence. It's the first new table saw under Skil's new owner, Chevron, or EGO brand fame. They have revamped the entire Skil line slowly and much more into a pro-sumer line than a starter DIYer line. I was about to get the big Dewalt since I needed a stand for my projects around the house. This Dewalt + stand was nearly the same price as the big one(7491 I think it is?). Anyway, very happy with the Skil. Came out in October 2020 so reviews are/were sparser when I looked, but solid. I learned about it on the VGC YT channel.

For what it's worth, I am much more Team Ryobi, which won't change at this point, but they don't have a rack and pinion fence, which was a must have for me - sturdy stand, rack and pinion, at least 24" rip capacity. I can hipcheck this and instead of wobbling, either it doesn't move or the whole unit skids. That's important because it doesn't feel like it will tip. Dewalt had the only other stand I could knock with my hip and it not feel wobbly - could have just been properly adjusted, but Bosch, HPT, Kobalt, all wobbled at my local stores.
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Wish a 10in would go on sale. Probably gonna have to wait until father's day.
I thought there were safety issues and dewalt no longer makes them, have they started making them again?
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but table saws really seem to be worthless for woodworking.
What? A LOT of woodworking hobbyists would disagree with you. It's one of the most versatile woodworking tool you can have. A panel saw is only good for cross cutting so you are pretty limited on what you can do. Plus every Home Depot and Lowe's have a panel saw onsite and they'll give you 2 cuts per piece for free. A table saw might be useless for a person with 1 arm but for everyone else it's a great tool.
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I bought it at home depot last week for 399. I think I'm going to wait for the 180 days and see if it drops to 299 locally or have a deal with the stand... Maybe a black Friday in spring or July or something.
I believe that HD went back to 90 days in mid March.
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