Perhaps you folks can explain to me the advantage of 110v motors that require 20 amp circuits. It seems that these are of no benefit on a standard home circuit, yet Grizzly markets both a cabinet saw and now their new hybrid saw in this configuration.
I would like to see a 1023sl Grizzly with a 1.5 hp motor that I could use at home without upgrading to 220v. Perhaps this smaller motor could have a frame size that would allow an easy upgrade to a three horsepower later, if needed. I don’t need the power but would like the precision of a cabinet saw.
I e-mailed their technical service about such a saw, but they replied that if I wanted a 1.5 hp saw I should look at their contractor saws.
What am I missing here?
Edited 1/22/2006 4:28 pm ET by nolan