What kind of Powermatic PM1000 1791000K Table Saw 30-Inch Fence do you need?
Cabinet saw that only requires 115V power. A blade surround and collection hose provide an unobstructed path, maximizing dust collection. Conveniently located hands free power switch. Tool-less guard assembly with independent side leaves is easy to use, maximizing safety. The sturdy miter gauge pivots 60 degrees to either side, allowing easy adjustment for a full range of cuts
Is this what you need when you buy Powermatic PM1000 1791000K Table Saw 30-Inch Fence?
Bring some of the Gold standard home to your workshop with the Powermatic PM1000 Cabinet Table Saw. The PM1000 is the first Powermatic cabinet table saw that is wired for 115V usage. This table saw runs off a 1-3 4HP motor with a poly-v belt that reduces vibration and maximizes motor efficiency. Not to mention its superior dust collection power. Feel at ease when it comes to accuracy with Powermatic s exclusive 30 Accu-Fence system that gives you the work space and stability that you need.
Evolution represents a process that is never fully complete. For a woodworker, inspirations evolve as life experiences shape our creativity. Skills evolve as we share tips and techniques with friends and mentors. And our workshops evolve as we refine our skills. At Powermatic, we re proud to introduce the latest example of our own evolution, the PM1000 cabinet table saw. As with every product Powermatic builds, the PM1000 redefines the limits of design, innovation and durability.
Ergonomically designed 7 handwheels provide momentum making blade height and bevel adjustments easy
Tool-less guard assembly with independent side leaves is easy to use, maximizing safety
Customer reviewsBad experience with both Powermatic and Maxtool
So, I ll preface this with the statement that every Powermatic tool I ve owned in the past has been great. This time however, I received my table saw from them and once assembled it was clear that there was a major problem. As you can see from the first picture, the blade is miles off from being aligned with the table and fence. As you can see in the second image, I eventually identified the culprit. And the misery of trying to resolve this begins. I contact Powermatic within a few hours of receiving the saw, and the tell me to call Maxtool. So, I contact Maxtool, who give me no resolution to the problem at all and tell me they will get back to me. At this point, I ve basically spent a week pleading with people at both companies to help me resolve the issue, and nothing seems to get done until I nag them beyond reason. At this point, I ve been given a shipping label and told that when this thing is back on a truck they will issue me a refund, but that leaves me buying everything necessary to freight pack the item for return. Add to this the time spent assembling and disassembling the unit, making a million phone calls, and the shop space taken up by a nonfunctional saw and the whole experience has been notably frustrating. I m still waiting to hear back from people at both Powermatic and Maxtool to see if someone is somehow willing to make the situation right, but as of now they have just pointed blame at the other party and I ve been feeling left high and dry.