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  1. WeekendMiniaturist

    Table Saw Options

    www.byrnesmodelmachines.com Does anyone own any equipment made by Jim Brynes? Since Karin mentioned Byrnes I looked it up. My complaints about my preac and micro-mark saws are that the tables are too small. So depending on the width of the lumber, you have to think about which saw to use. I have never heard of byrnes model machines, so what other table saw options am I missing? I like both of these saws, I thought when I purchased my preac that I would sell my micro mark., but I discovered that I had to keep my micro mark saw because of the tilting arbor and the ease of adjusting the height of the saw blade. The preac is infinitely more accurate for small cuts. I would rate the fence on the micro mark as adequate. Lumber is quite plentiful here, but when you get that really great piece of wood; you don't want to "kill" that board with the most perfect grain because of the inaccurate cutting; so I like my preac in this respect. Tamra
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