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Great price great value awesome saw
I’ve only been using this saw for a couple weeks, I’m super impressed with the overall accuracy and power. Been ripping 8 quarter hard maple and it cuts like butter with absolutely zero slow down and acts like you are feeding balsa wood. Square out of the box and minimal time to set up and dial in. I made the right choice for sure. Spent months researching prior to pulling the trigger and could not be happier!
What an absolutely beautiful beast of a machine! From my first cut to my 1000 cut, it has performed flawlessly! I couldn’t be happier with my Harvey 110Alpha!
My old saw was a 50 year old Delta/Rockwell contractor saw so this is quite an upgrade for me. Love the finish, weight, cabinet, dust extraction, fence, and miter gauge. It would be better if the table insert fit better. I added several layers of tape to the edges to get it where it didn't slide from side to side. I'm also disappointed that it is not a zero clearance insert and that the zero clearance insert that Harvey sells extra does not have a feature to replace the actual cut zone of the insert. Other than the insert I am completely happy with this saw and highly recommend it.
I careful read all the reviews a couple of times and was surprised that a couple got rid of their powermatic and unisaw. The 2 considered the 4hp as at least a equal or better. I've not had those other 2 brands and can't comment on them.
Ive been a cabinet maker for 30 to 40 years and bought a 2hp and a 5hp Grizzly table saw 30 years ago. The 2hp has held up fine with no issues. The 5hp the bearing have gone out once and are going out again. My one issue is I can not get the 5hp to cut a perfect zero. So I'd have to say...both were good machines to last this long. The 5hp G will be my back up saw.
I'm actually retired but got a job restoring 36 Windows and doors in a house built in 1899. I had a portable saw that I'd use from time to time when I had my other two saws set up for particular cuts....it went out and I was looking for another saw for back up. Being the fact that I'm use to having more powerful saws...i just could not find anything for 1,000.00 that I could get excited about. I was highly considering buying another grizzly when I stumbled across Harvey. I went back and forth trying to decide which one to buy...much like you're doing right now;) I went back and forth looking at their 2hp, 3hp, and the 4hp. I noticed that the 4hp was larger and weighted more. I could not figure out why one more up cost 300.00 more so...i called Harvey and asked. I then realized it was a better machine. The money was about the same between the 4hp Harvey and the 5hp Grizzly and reading the reviews I felt Harvey was a better machine. I've now had it for a week and I am pleased I decided to go with the 4hp Harvey. It's certainly bigger, heavier, and controls are smoother than the G! I never had a blade guard with a vacuum and don't really like the guard but do like the vacuum. Sometimes I need to be able to set the fence off of my mark on the wood. I see that the shark guard is a improvement and what I think would be best for me. I wish I could have swapped this out when i bought. Not excited about spending another 800.00 right now but probably will.
The fence is rock solid but moves a little when you clamp it down. I've actually not applied the tape on the saw and it'll probably take care of that. Again...id like to have the better fence but it was not available when I bought. Not sure I'll spend another 1,000.00 on it. Maybe some day both of those improvements will be standard.
I'm considering the sliding side table. I did have this on my 2hp saw I just used for a cut off saw. I think the Harvey is much better and will most likely up grade from the old Grizzly I have.
Bottom line is...high quality is there on my new 4hp saw and happy i bought it. all their products look good and will buy more as I can afford it.
The saw is very impressive, the dust collection is great, and the fence is assume. The only issue I have is that the table inserts are not really snug in the table.
This saw is basicity everything I would hope for. The quality is top notch.
The only con I have found in the few weeks I have been using it is that the fence does not have a fine adjustment.
I've had a great Unisaw for 40 years. The Harvey 4 HP saw is bigger, smoother, more powerful, more detailed in every way - very pleased
Major upgrade for me from an old contractor saw. After a long time deciding between a SawStop and Harvey Alpha, I finally pushed the button on the HW110S-36P. I couldn't be more delighted. Pretty easy to set up (on my own), this saw has handled everything I've thrown at it. The included Miter Gauge should not be underestimated - that is a top quality bit of kit, and has already proven its's worth many times over. Favorite features (other than the power) is the ability to remove and replace the blade guard / riving knife in a few seconds (My old saw had both removed and never replaced due to the effort involved). Dust collection is superb. Delivery was quicker than expected, the driver super-helpful in getting as close as possible to my chosen spot. The instructions leave a few things to the imagination, would have liked better guidance on which bolts to use where, but didn't slow me down too much. Very happy customer!!
I like it!! A LOT!
A couple insignificant items were damaged in transit, but a quick email to Harvey got it squared away quickly!
Instruction manual has many improvements that need to be made, but… if you’re buying a cabinet saw of this caliber, you have the fortitude to figure it out… just minuscule stuff like which bolts are used for which operation. Example: when mounting the fence rails, there are 6 hex bolts and 6 cap screws, the manual doesn’t say which set of 6 are used for the fwd rail and which are used for the aft rails.
It took me about 12 hours to get it fully ready… I tried to set it up to within 0.004” tolerance, and they level of detailed work takes time.
I don’t like the fence. I’d rather have a standard fence that doesn’t have the high/low option; it completely limits the jigs I can build that use the fence. One thing I didn’t know… the riving knife needs to be rigged and aligned, not a big deal if you have a good dial indicator setup.
First cuts were spectacular!