Router, Left tilt means the top of the blade tilts left for angle cuts. Some saws tilt right but left seems to be the preferred method. Both saws will run on 120vac but it will cost you less money to run them on 240. You will also notice more power this way.
I can not stress enough that the saw set up is critical for safety and smooth operation. If the fence is not properly aligned with the saw blade you are very likely to get kickback. When kickback occurs the wood is thrown with a force that can kill you. Take your time, if you need help get it. Once you know the proper set up it is easy to maintain it. I have a mangled push stick to remind me to keep my hands away from the blade.
Both of your selections are nice tables, a tough choice. Having tried blades from many companies I prefer the red Freud industrial blades. They give excellent performance for the money. I also recommend using one of the blade changing devices available from Benchdog and other companies. It makes life easy and protects your blades while changing.
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