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Thread: So I went to Ken Waag's house...

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    So I went to Ken Waag's house...

    to check out his SawStop. Wow. Those things are very impressive. The fit and finish was amazing. Wonderful satin sheen on the top. Ken has an outfeed roller table and a sliding table and a cast iron router table on it. I'm very jealous.

    I didn't stay too long. I was under strict instructions from SWMBO - Don't be late for dinner. Ken was gracious with his time and his experience with the saw. The manual that comes with it seemed to be on par with my Leigh dovetail jig's manual. We fired it up and the saw just hummed. Very little vibration. Yet another complication to my tablesaw conundrum.

    Decisions, Decisions!

    Thanks again, Ken.

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    I don't see any pictures of Ken's House, saw, humming!!!!!!
    You must have dreamed it.
    TJH
    Live Like You Mean It.



    http://www.northhouse.org/

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    John Russell Guest
    Ken, Do you know what brand or type of sliding table? I am wondering if new holes had to be drilled to mount whatever type of sliding table exists?
    Thanks
    John

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    I can see from Tyler's post that he's back from a couple of months at the donut shop and "The SMC Photo Cop" is on patrol! Go Tyler!
    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Russell
    Ken, Do you know what brand or type of sliding table? I am wondering if new holes had to be drilled to mount whatever type of sliding table exists?
    Thanks
    John
    John,

    I believe it is the excalibur......

    Here is a photo of it on an old thread....and on Ken's Jet TS before he got the SS....

    http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthre...t=Router+table

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    John Russell Guest
    Thanks Roy, it does look like the Excalibur!

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