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Sliding tables aren't often thought of as site equipment. They belong in large shops with cabinetmakers, right? No longer. Two sliding tables that work well for a site shop setup are now available to contractors at reasonable cost. They also work well in a small off-site shop, which allows a contractor to diversify into custom cabinetwork. That's what I have done. With an add-on sliding table, I now have the ability to fabricate cabinets in a shop, or move saw and sliding table to a job site for custom built-ins. In both scenarios, the sliding table has increased my production, improved the quality of my finished product, and ultimately increased my profits. The sliding tables reviewed here are the Mule