Long story short: like others throughout this forum (good forum!) I bought a cheap table saw years ago and it served me for what I had to do. Now I am building better stuff, devoting more time to the craft, and while I hate to blame the saw there are just some things I can't do on it (Craftsman 10" tabletop). I need to do mortise-and-tenon joinery to build panel doors. So here's the question: based on many reviews and comments in this forum, I'm thinking of buying the Ridgid TS3650. Is it accurate enough to do good quality cabinet work, and by that I mean, will I be able to cut nice, clean dadoes? Tight fitting tenons to fit the mortises I'm cutting on my mortising machine? I really don't think I can fit or afford a bigger panel saw. And I realize the quality of my work depends as much on my talent as the tools I'm using. But is the 3650 the saw I need? Many thanks in advance.
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