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    Default Bryens Model Machine table saw

    I'm new at this site, and have just bought a Bryan's table saw. Should be here tomorrow. Can any one give me some insight on it? What I read it is the best for small work.

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    Iím not sure that they are available in Australia but reviews seem to rate then highly for model work.
    Welcome to the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgeist View Post
    What I read it is the best for small work.
    With a 4" blade and 12" table, small work is literally the only thing it can do

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    Quote Originally Posted by elanjacobs View Post
    With a 4" blade and 12" table, small work is literally the only thing it can do
    I think tgeist meant that it’s the best there is for small work, and not that it does small work better than it does larger work. ��

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    I think thereís a couple of typos in the original post and topic title. If you mean a Byrnes saw, then I agree - they are the Rolls Royce of modelling saws. I have owned one for several years (I do a lot of model building) and have been very happy with it, as has every other owner I know. I bought mine back when the Aussie dollar was around parity with the US Dollar. Even so, postage added 50% to the price. And I havenít regretted one cent of it!

    It really excels at the small stuff you wouldnít want to take near a full size saw. Jim Byrnes also released a cross cut sled that adds extra versatility to the saw. Yes, you can make your own, but this is so well engineered, it is like all of his other products - just a joy to use.

    Happy to answer any further specific questions based on my own experience with this saw.

    Grant
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    Default Table saw

    Just revived yesterday been playing all morning, great saw.

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