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DeWalt Table Saw . Hello everyone put on your safety glasses and hold on tight for this epic creation. I give you the DeWalt Table Saw! Yes this machine looks ready to cut but I assure you its harmless. Anyways the idea just came to me one day, that I really wanted to build a table saw. I don't know if it has been done before but I wanted a challenge. Just from looking at two pictures that I found on the internet I recreated this masterpiece. I hope you enjoy this moc and as always happy building! . I first want to say that Some of you may be wondering why I am re-uploading this MOC. Well I got spammed and I am tired of seeing the 163 likes as my highest rated MOC when it really isn't. I hope you still comment on the MOC as if you are seeing it for the first time. Enjoy. The rip fence can move back a forth to meet the needs o any size board you cut. This is the table saw without the wood and the rip fence on it. This is the red on/off switch just like on the real table saw. And this is just a picture of the front detailing. The turn handle is for turning the angle of the blade and the black section is where the handle goes when turned. ( it makes more sense when you see the pictures at the end.) This is to show the size comparison to a regular minifigure. Ohh Noo!! Look away!! These two photo's were the only pictures I referenced to build this moc. The picture of the underbelly was really helpful.


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