Question about Skil Saws
Quick question before we get into the answer. Does it have the stand with the the rubber feet or not?
Answer(s): The 3400 is a great portable go getter, but it is lightweight. It has a lot of torque for it's size and can do most any job you give it. The model does have an inherent vibration issue. Some more than others. If you don't have the stand, you will have to bolt it or clamp it to a heavy work surface / table. If you got the stand with the saw, it has two cross members on the legs at the same height. This sounds a bit harsh, but the best cheap solution is to get an 8 inch concrete block and bungee cord it to the top cross members on the stand. The weight should dampen the vibration so you can work on smooth surfaces. Use carpet strips under the concrete block to keep it from wearing down your cross members. Best of luck
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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