So, I'm trying to decide if I should get a table saw or a radial arm saw to take my work to the next level. I really don't like using a skil saw and feel like it takes a lot more time to setup a offset jig every time I want an accurate cut.
At first I was leaning towards the table saw, but these can take up a lot of space in my garage, which is big, but I want to be able to leave it out so it's easier to use when I'm going to use it.
If I go with a radial arm saw, my father has said he will donate is 10" bench he made for his radial arm saw, which can handle full sheets of plywood. He feels like he's to old to work with full sheets of plywood, but does not want to give up his dependable craftsman radial arm saw that he's own for 45 years!
I do like the fact that the radial arm saw and bench can be placed up against a wall!
Thanks in advance!!