be confusing, and you have to be sure to select the one you want.
There weren't any clear winners or losers among the machines I tested. (See following pages.) They offer different advantages to different woodworkers at different prices, and their owners seem to love them. If you're thinking of buying one my advice is to read the following reviews and chart, then let your personal woodworking style, pockctbook and preferences dictate which is right for you. ▲
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