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There are RAS's all over the New Orleans area @ $569.
I've had mine about a year and it is surprisingly accurate. Of coarse, I made all of the initial/neccessary adjustmebnts when I assembled it...and tightened the DOG out of all of the appropriate nuts and bolts...as did UO Woody. The mechanisms are now smoothing out after a years worth of operation. I love this saw!
Steve, I did get the cutting heads with the saw but, I have not used them. I have used this saw to Dado several projects. It works perfectly.
I don't think that the RAS is the best tool to use for cutting moldings. I'll do that work on a Router table. So, I guess I have a set of cutters that I'll probobly not use. You waana buy em? I'll make u a deal u can't refuse...
Hi randystumpy: I don't know your setup but if you have the RAS on one of those flimsy metal stands they can throw your settings out if moved and your floor is not perfectly even/level. If one leg goes up or down it throws your table setting out and then everything else is out to the table as well.
[ 10-03-2003, 03:11 PM: Message edited by: Ross J ]
Steve, I guess we're neighbors. I'm in Carriage Lane Estates off of Sharp Rd. I'd be glad to let you use the cutter head and knives if you want. Like I said, I don't use them...and I agree with Ross regarding the sfety aspect.
I found the Sears moulding cutters scary on my RAS. My brother borrowed them to use on his table saw, and said it was ok if you take small cuts, preferably on a larger stock board, then cut the moulding away from the stock board.