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  • The TS3650

    I am planning to purchase a table saw for my new garage shop. I plan to build some cabinets and bedroom furniture. The TS3650 seems a good saw and good buy.

    I had a few questions:
    1. Has anyone attached a router table, if so how did it work?
    2. What about other attachments?

    Would you recommend this saw as the base for a wood shop?

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    There is a post from TOD with pictures of his ts with a rt hooked to it, great idea, that is my next project
    Just my opinion

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    • #3
      I have the Craftsman Version with Router Table

      I added the router extension wing to my table saw... if was okay but I thought I'd be able to use my table saw fence for the router but unless I added on to the fence, it didn't apprear to be very convenient.

      I still have the router wing attached but I went and bought a complete router stand, router and fence (Freud FT2000E 3 1/4 hp). I just added a Router Raizer to the Freud today, what a dream that is!!! Making height adjustments from above the table, Oh My... how nice!!!

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