I am an intermediate level woodworker with a few tools like a compound miter saw and a router table. I am currently making small projects and finding that, although I have what I need to complete the job, it would be much easier if I had a saw for making long straight cuts. I would also like to move up to larger projects like tables but with out that ability I don't think it wise to waste the wood. The question is, table saw or radial arm saw. I have watched both in use and even had a turn on a few but I don't know which to buy. I have limited shop space and like the multiple uses of the RAS but I don't want to get stuck with a tool that won't rip a straight edge.
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Table Vs. Radial