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Cabinet Saw 2200

Inca - Cabinet Saw 2200

Inca no longer produces a cabinet saw for the U.S. market.

$2,999 (As of 6/1/1999)

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Editor's Review:

by Niall Barrett

review date: June 1, 1999

This saw has a number of one-of-a-kind features. The sliding-rail T-square fence system was unmatched the miter gauge was easy to adjust and accurate and the dust-collection system was the best. Although this saw is no longer manufactured, Garrett Wade and Eagle Tools continue to sell parts for it.

For a full review on this saw, read the June 1999 article from Fine Woodworking magazine, available on the Fine Woodworking Network.

Editor Test Results:

Table Flatness N/A
Parallel Test N/A
Arbor Runout Less than 0.001 in.
Noise Level about 90db

Manufacturer Specifications

Manufacturer Inca
Manufacturer's Web Site
Manufacturer's Phone Number
Max Rip Capacity N/A
Dust Collection N/A
Fence Inca T-square (25 in.)
Horsepower 3 hp
Amps N/A
Volts 230v
Table Size N/A
Blade Size 12 in.
Blade Tilt Right
9/9/2008

10/26/2006

I've owned an Inca 2100SE for about 15 years. Unbelievably clean cuts with Forrest blades. Recently upgraded to a Felder CF 731 because of sliding table, shaper, etc. Love the Felder but - believe it or not - the Inca gives a smoother cut.Felder is of course much safer and more versatile. However, the Inca is a very special tool. Can't seem to bring myself to part with it.If I was looking for a "Delta type" cabinet saw would take a used Inca any day.H. Price

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