Best saw for a workshop shed?
Right chaps, (possibly chapesses as well) what sort of saw should I be saving my christmas money for?
I have a deluxe Peter-built workshop shed with mains electricity and a workbench about 4'6" x 3' that has a metalwork vice, a woodwork vice and a pillar drill on it and I am pondering what type of powered saw I should get for precision woodworking.
I know what the two basic types are and because the floorspace is eaten by the bench and a Howard rotovator, plus cupboards, I'll be looking for something I can lift onto the table, use, then put away either on the shelf under the tabletop, or on a "breakfast bar" I have in one corner.
This means I know I'm looking at the cheaper end of the market, he says hopefully.
Can I get one with additional folding supports to cut plywood sheets/
Are there any interchangable blades like Norm Abrams beloved "dado-head cutters" available in the size / price bracket I looking at?
Finally anything anyone would recommend?