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What a great article for comparing these tools. Read the whole thing, really interesting. I hope the new saw works well for you!
Yeah, I was pleased in finding it that article. I had no idea there was such a thing as a "rack & pinion" fence but it seems to be pretty solid (I played with a display). I think it will be great and the dust collection will be huge.

I'll likely use it as is but eventually build a small, portable outfeed/side support or take the stand off it and make a small cabinet with a collapsible router table as a side support table. Without the motor sticking a foot and a half out the back the cabinet can be smaller.
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I used to have a Hitachi that worked very well. Not the one in the vid, but it's younger sister of sorts. I got rid of it when I inherited the Makita shown in the vid. Very happy with it as well. I've for years been a fan of Hitachi tools. Have several that have served me well and stood the test of time.
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I've for years been a fan of Hitachi tools. Have several that have served me well and stood the test of time.
Yeah, you turned me on to Hitachi back in the Keen days. When I saw that video I was like, "all righty then..."
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You can go for a portable model of a contractor saw for more precious and accurate cuts. Besides Delta, DEWALT (DWE7491RS) 10-Inch Table Saw can be a great pick for you. Forget about your space, This model comes with a rolling system that ensures enough portability. And, according to your requirement, it has a flip-over fence.

The budget is your second issue. Right? Well, you’ll wonder knowing that Amazon is presenting the Prime day sale on the 13th and 14th this month where you can get up to 70% off on purchasing a power tool.
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You can go for a portable model of a contractor saw for more precious and accurate cuts. Besides Delta, DEWALT (DWE7491RS) 10-Inch Table Saw can be a great pick for you.
I already got the Hitachi. One of the last ones before the rebrand to Metabo. Works fantastic, takes up little space, and is quick and easy to setup. With a couple outfeed supports that were on sale for $15 at Lowe's I'm good.

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The budget is your second issue. Right? Well, you’ll wonder knowing that Amazon is presenting the Prime day sale on the 13th and 14th this month where you can get up to 70% off on purchasing a power tool.
Prime Day is an absolute waste of time... Anything I want is a specific model and it's never something the manufacturers want to sell cheap.

If you want a big screen TV but don't give two shits about any of the specs you'll find a deal.

If you want a 65" 4k screen with at least 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, a DP port, refresh of 120hz, at least 170 degree viewing angle, with WiFi and smart programs, all with a thin bezel and no more than 2" thick with 100mm VESA mounting points, you'll never find a deal.

I'm always in the latter situation. I don't want the cheapest which is what is on sale on Prime Day.
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