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Thread: Is $125 a fair price for a Bad Saw?

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    Is $125 a fair price for a Bad Saw?

    Nice to see some truth in advertising

    http://bloomington.craigslist.org/tls/2860283949.html

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    LOL, title says it all.
    I think in straight lines, but dream in curves

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    A bad saw in excellent condition?

    Bad - as in awesome?

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    I think the caption is right. I tried using one of those in architecture school. It was a miserable hunk of plastic to work with.
    Erik

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    I have a Craftsman 12" band saw. Not exactly this model, I think mine is older. Mine has a bigger table (24x27 or something like that) and a tilting head rather than tilting table. Works decently, not a bad saw in my opinion. I have never used it a sander though, although I know that theoretically there is a sanding belt for it somewhere.
    Alex V

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