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Posted on Do I want a track saw or do I need a track saw?

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#1 posted 03-30-2014 12:53 PM

I can only speak to the Festool, when you set the bevel in the saw, it rotates/tilts around the splinter guard so you still have the splinter guard to align your cut. As for other uses, a lot of people use it for cutting drywall. The biggest thing is space saving in my opinion, you don’t need infeed or outfeed like a table saw.

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