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|10-19-2009, 02:15 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Saint Louis, MO
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Brand Spanking New!
Hello everyone! This is my first post (if I'm even doing this right). I just received today a Dewalt DW788 with the stand and light! It is assembled and ready to go. I have turned it on and made a couple of simple cuts and am anxious to get started. I have been a remodeling contractor for many years, and as age 60 quickly approaches (the end of December) I am starting to think about slowing down a bit and focusing on building more furniture. I was disappointed that the saw came with only two blades, and figure those won't hold a beginner for very long. Any guidance on blades I should have on hand would be appreciated. Initially, I will be cutting splats for some corner chairs I build, and puzzles for my first grandson, born in May. Any suggestions, please fire away!
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