Before you get started...
Just in case you're new here, the knowledge I'm sharing in this post is derived from both my experience as a woodworker since 2012, and also my experience selling tools and Machinery for 5 years. I worked as a sales advisor at Axminster Tools and Machinery and commonly found myself answering customer queries regarding these two machines, and which one would suit their needs the best.
This post shares both my own thoughts on the subject, as well as what generally works best for people in a similar situation to you. By the end of the post, your confusion will be allayed and you'll know exactly which machine you need to buy.
Infeed / Outfeed
Quality of Cut
To avoid this setup time, many established workshops will have more than one bandsaw setup with different sized blades to suit different tasks!
One advantage a table saw does have over a bandsaw is the ability to cut rabbets/rebates and grooves/dados. This does involve removing the blade guard as well as the riving knife (in some instances) and for obvious reasons, isn't something I recommend. This is explained in the next point.
What Tools Do I Use?
Style of Work
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Table Saw Advantages
Table Saw Disadvantages
Instead, I use my Power Tool Workbench that you can learn about below.