With reguards to your TS3650 Stationary Table Saw, have you considered mounting the drive motor underneath the top (instead of sticking out the back)?? Other companys (Grizzly) do this & it seems to save alot of space. I'd rather buy a RIDGID saw, but my shop space is a bit narrow so the more compact the better. I know you have the portable type (direct drive) but I want the belt drive type & wouldn't mind spending more to get it. The Grizzly I'm seriously considering is $825.00, but it also weighs 420 lbs. Also IF either had the "saw stop" option I'd buy it! I have seen too many stubby fingered woodworkers from saw accidents & It would be worth it to me! Thanks for your Consideration, "Bookum Danno"
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