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By David Thiel
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From the August 2006 issue #156
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My first look at the newest cabinet saw from Powermatic was last year when the company was still working out some final details. At the time, the most difficult concept to grasp was how the PM2000 would fit into the product line alongside the Powermatic Model 66 cabinet saw that has become an  industry standard. In short, the Model 66 is designed for more physically demanding millwork situations, such as ripping hardwood lumber all day long. The PM2000 incorporates features that will appeal to a furniture maker who switches between setups throughout the day.

From the August 2006 issue #156
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