I have a Swiss-made Inca tablesaw with a slot mortising table much like this model. I like it very much. On these models the arbor is fixed and so if you want a bevel cut you must turn the entire table rather than turning the blade angle. It is a bit dicey when you try to rip bevel cuts at a 45 degree angle because the piece must be held very tightly against the fence as gravity wants to move the piece towards the blade
I have been looking for one for years!!!!!!!
How did they not dominate the table saw industry back then! Mind blowing!
I know! This saw is incredible!
If you're listening Sawstop, MAKE ONE OF THESE.
Very nice piece of equipment.
One mite say it's the cat's meow.
i found a reference to an ad from 1985 Fine Woodworking shows this saw, i'm sure you can google the following txt to find the post i found here. http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/woodworking-and-woodworking-machinery/ultimate-10-inch-tablesaw-226303/index3.html
...The only MM brochure I have is the Ulmia 1710S saw...