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Posted on New Woodworker - silly question

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HokieKen

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#1 posted 01-10-2019 09:54 PM


I wouldn t want to be without the ability to cut over 8/4. You may not use it often but then again, you may. And even if you only need it for one project, you need to be able to cut it.

Just my $.02 ;-) YMMV

- HokieKen

But….for that one project, couldn t you just use your regular Circular Saw and a straight edge?

- PresidentsDad

Oh absolutely :-) My point was simply that I wouldn’t want to be strictly limited to stock that was less than 8/4. If you have a circular saw and straight edge and are comfortable doing it that way, I think you can live with the smaller tracksaw :-)

-- Kenny, SW VA, Go Hokies!!!


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