OK, the new table saw came yesterday and I got it all set up. I still
need a new electrical outlet for it, so I haven't run it yet, but it's all
I was very impressed overall, there are a few things I'm not so happy
with. The blade guard and anti-kickback mechanism is a pain. First, off,
it has a notch to hold it up (when you are changing the blade, etc.) but
it doesn't want to stay "up."
I thought that there would be adjustable feet on the saw to level it,
there isn't (luckily, my floor is level there.)
One last rant, While I love that Bes. fence system, it REALLY could stand
to have a micro-adjustment thumb screw.
Other that those three things, the unit is great and I can't wait to make
something with it today!
I do have one question...
The saw is 230v. So when I pour my concrete, I ran a 230v line to the
place where the table saw it, no problem there.
However, the saw I had been using is 120v. So I used the other leg of the
line for an outlet at the table saw (on a separate breaker of course.)
It was REALLY convenient.
So, I was wondering, is there any appropriate way to split a 120 circuit
off of a 230 leg, and if so, how? Let me know if I'm not being clear
enough with my question.
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