Here's mine: Late 70's craftsman belt drive table saw made in the good ol' USA. I upgraded from a cheap aluminum craftsman that performed well given the price but I could tip it over just by swinging my big butt into it. This one has a heavy cast iron top and is much more powerful. Got it really, really cheap from a guy around the corner and replaced several parts including the whole trunnion assembly. Found that cheap on ebay and the guy threw in a blade that probably costs more than I have in to this whole tool The best part is that it is whisper quiet compared to the direct drive one. I can saw all night with the doors shut and the neighbors never know it. I do plan to upgrade the fence eventually but this one locks down sturdy once I set it so it will do fine. Already practiced cutting some cedar strips
It has heavy steel wheels and the front ones have a spring loaded lowering mechanism that takes it from portable to stationary in just a twist. It is heavy enough that I can rip full sheets of plywood alone with outfeed rollers set up. Serves dual use as another workbench and catch-all table when not cutting too.