A combination miter saw/table saw is now available in the U.S. from Virutex. The design may look odd to carpenters here, but the tool has long been popular in Europe, where space-saving, double-duty tools are common. The TM33 has a 300mm (11.8-inch) blade that has a maximum crosscut capacity of 7 7/8 inches at 0 degrees in miter-saw mode. The maximum depth of cut in the table-saw mode is about 2 1/8 inches. Specs aren't specific, but the maximum rip cut for the table saw looks to be about 6 inches. The Spanish-made saw runs on 110 volts, has a no-load speed of 3,700 rpm, and sells for $750. Read More