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Thanks for the response. I went to Lowes and checked several fences on Dewalts and they are all bowed about the same. But I measured the bow using feeler gages and it’s only about .008 inch, so not really a big deal. Interestingly, the Bosch jobsite saw was perfect for that particular feature. Like you said, stock will hit at the bottom of the fence and for very fine work, I’d probably be using the fence extension which is flat. I just made a picture frame today which requires accurate cuts and along with my Incra miter gage, the saw did a beautiful job. I do love how easy the fence is to move and adjust. I used my dado stack which worked fine. I also made a zero clearance throat plate. What a great tool, all in all.
On the other hand, the DeWalt Worm Drive Circular Saw is only the circular saw power tool minus any foldable table. This saw is portable, handheld and is lightweight at 13.8 pounds. It may not be a portable table saw but it works great in ripping material up to 2 – ½ inches wide. It is quality made with a durable cast magnesium footplate for a solid cutting platform.
Accessory Storage – DEWALT clearly made an effort to make it easy and convenient to store the accessories including the blade guard. One of my pet peeves on the job site is asking the crew where they put the guard. Typically it gets removed for some cross cutting or dado’s and then never makes it back on the saw. Having a dedicated storage location for the guard makes that much less likely to happen. There’s a place to store the wrench, guard, riving knife, miter gauge, and the anti-kickback knives.
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