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Rousseau 2700 x l support de scie pour Makita 2703, HITACHI C10ra, Dewalt Dw744 scies circulaires de table
Nous ne savons pas quand cet article sera de nouveau approvisionné ni s'il le sera.
- Compteur de table support de scie pour scies avec tops jusqu "à 24-1/5,1 cm de profondeur et 68,6 cm de large
- Comprend des paramètres prédéfinis pour Makita, Hitachi, DeWalt, modèles et Delta ; se plie pour un rangement facile
- Clôture en acier tubulaire et stratifié haute pression haut ; rotatif en nylon cames ; assemblage nécessaire
- 1 support de scie ; scie non inclus ; extensions disponibles en option
- 34-1/5,1 cm de haut ; 23,6 kilogram ; garantie à vie limitée
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Fighting with the nylon mounts - Rather than attach to your table saw in any stable fashion it is designed so that your saw rests on nylon ring mounts. These are extremely frustrating to get set up properly for a tight fit. As you screw in the bolts (from underneath the table) the rings invariably move throwing you out of square. Right off the top of my head I can think of a half dozen ways this could have been done better. Poorly done.
Even more poorly done - what I would call a MAJOR DESIGN FLAW: there is absolutely no way to level the 2700XL to your table saw. After I was done fighting with the nylon mounts I was horrified to find that the 2700XL table sat a good 1/16" below my saw bed. Try moving the fence across and "clank!" Its a "no go." What's worse - apparently not anticipating this, Rousseau incorporates exactly ZERO ways to adjust the height of the table or saw to correct for it. I was able to get around this eventually by unscrewing the 2700XL table and inserting washers underneath. Again, I can easily think of several ways to prevent this - for example, mounting the table on adjustable thumbscrews. Makes you wonder what they are paying their engineers for (?!?)
Poor instructions - Although it was not mentioned in the relatively meager instructions, there are hex nuts that you can adjust to square the fence that are hidden on the inside of the fence. It took me a few weeks to figure that one out. Perhaps if I was a table saw pro I would have known that but why not include it in the instructions guys...why?
One positive thing I can say about this product is that it seems sturdy when the legs are unfolded. Also, once set up correctly the fence seems pretty accurate. This is NOT, I repeat, NOT a portable solution. Heavy and no wheels. Very unwieldy to move around and no wheeled base is available.
In the final analysis, I am not sure why anyone would buy this rather than just get a better saw in the first place. The onyl reason I could think of would be to have a bigger table stand at home and be able to pick up the saw and go with it...I would just have two saws. For me this was throwing good money after bad.
This table is nowhere near as cool as the 2875XL, but it holds its own. First, the pros:
* Traditional Rousseau build quality, when it comes to using solid metal. Table feels like it'll last a good while.
* The fence is great. It's unlike many table saw fences, in that it only actually binds to the front rail. But it's solid, and stays true.
* Putting the table up and taking it down are both easy.
* For the isolationists among us, you'll be proud to hear that this table is built in the USA. Of course, that also explains the ridiculous price.
* Installation is incredibly painful. I cannot overemphasize this. Took about 4 hours. The difficulty is in the rather poor design of the saw mount. They decided to use a series of plastic washers of different sizes, screwed to the table through eyelets. But the only way for you to mount a saw correctly (flush with the top, true to the rail, true to the fence) is to repeatedly mess around with these nylon washers. Once you're done, they don't even stay in place that well. So you end up adjusting them often (assuming you remove the saw often).
* The folding mechanism is not as nice as the 2875XL's wing mechanism. Two reasons: the first is that the pin to unlock the legs is a bit tricksy, and the second is that when the table is folded, the legs aren't square (so you end up not being able to easily set it flat somewhere).
* When folded, the rail and table aren't weighted balanced properly, so it takes a bit more effort to lean it against a wall without it falling over and stubbing junior's toes.
* The thin laminate top is disappointing. For this price, I'd hope for a nicer solid finish, like most table saws have.
In net, while the 2875XL is a wonder of the modern world, the 2700XL is merely functional. If you need a table with a solid fence that can fold away (assuming you brace it from falling over, or that junior wears steel-toed boots from force of habit), and you are relatively wealthy, this is the table for you.
I'm happy with this table mostly for lack of other available options. But I bet if anyone else put their minds to manufacturing a better table for cheaper, it'd be easily doable.
Here's my word of caution however. A previous reviewer mentioned that for ease of set up you can purchase the Makita 122731-A stand. He stated that it is "made by Rousseau and that it is the same table only preset for the Makita saw". WRONG!!! Although the Makita table is made by Rousseau and it's pre-set for the Makita saw, it is only almost identical to the 2700XL, almost being the operative word. Because it carries the Makita label, Rousseau evidently had to make it slightly different, and so it is 1 1/2" less wide than the 2700XL. Not a problem if you want to add the Makita 122732-A 49" rip extension, but don't try to add the Rouseau extentions because they won't fit. I learned this of course the hard way, so I want to spare anyone else the hassle. Now this is only relevant if you want to add on a router/rip extention because they don't make one for the Makita table. You could buy the regular extension and cut a hole in it for the router and attach a plate, but why do you need the extra job.
After ordering the Rousseau router/rip extension, Amazon was kind enough to let me return the Makita table in exchange for this one (of course I was within the 30 day return window, but they did pick up the return shipping).