I've compared my Byrnes saw with a Proxxon at the local Woodcraft
store, and make no mistake - as good as the Proxxon is or may be,
the Byrnes saw is in a whole different league ... the build quality,
fit and finish, etc. was vastly and obviously superior.
I got one last November/December. I haven't even plugged it in yet. Every now and then I take the cover I have over it, off and wax the table. It is a beautiful thing.
I am able to cut and shape very small pieces with the saw and also cut 3/4" stock without a tooth mark. So far the only limitations seem to be my skill.
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