I'll probably never meet Hector Acevedo, but that doesn't mean I can't admire the heck out of the panel saw he designed and built from scratch. Aside from the obvious quality of the build, one of the coolest things about it is how little space it takes up. The saw is attached to the wall of his garage. The frame that holds the sheet goods folds out from the wall when in use and tight to the wall for storage. The guide rails and motor assembly are connected to pivot and store against the ceiling when not in use.

Like, the table saw he built, Hector's home-made panel saw rates a 10.0 on the awesome scale — with 0.0 being completely worthless, 5.0 being close, but no cigar, and 10.0 being as good as it gets. Congratulations Hector on a perfect score.

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January 08, 2013

Hector Acevedo is one fine craftsman and deserves the perfect score of 10. Thank you for sharing his story with us!

Posted By: Journeyman | Time: 8:29:28.623 PM

January 09, 2013

I AM DYING TO SEE THE HOME MADE PANEL SAW

Posted By: ejayl16 | Time: 5:03:18.563 PM