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The Craftsman 22124 tablesaw includes an outfeed table and a 12-in.-wide side table. Its blade guard and splitter are easy to remove and replace. It also has good cutting power. I tested blade-to-slot parallelism (parallel test) and the machine showed 0.001-in. (at 0º) and 0.010-in. (difference @ 45º). It showed poor parallelism in our test but adjustment isn’t difficult on this saw because of cabinet-mounted trunnions. I also checked arbor runout (measured at the face of the arbor-flange) and the Craftsman had 0.002-in.
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