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gwaithcoed

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Does anyone have a SIP cast iron table saw. The model I am thinking of is the 01332,at present on ebay for around £470.Are they a good buy? I would be grateful for any information. At present I have a Scheppach site saw, 12" blade ,sliding carriage, which has served me well, but like all galvenised tops it is begining to sag slightly.

Cheers Alan
 

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Hi
If you go into search for "my B&Q saw is dead" from stewart you will find some information on the SIP.
Les Chicken
 

gwaithcoed

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Hello Les,

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Very interesting reading. My workshop is 18ft x 9ft so if I fit it on wheels I should be OK However I see from the forum showdates that SIP are at the North Wales Woodfest at St Asaph June 3-5th so I will go along and have a hands on so to speak.

Thanks again Alan
 

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At the Yandles show this year the sip rep said there was a sliding table kit due to come in about now. (under £200)
 

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Good woodworking did a test in the October 2004 issue scored 4 out of 5 in all sections with 4.5 score for value for money final remarks:- "amateur or light trade user looking for a cast iron TS at a good price should definitely check this out."
 
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