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Posted on Festool for ripping vs table saw

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#1 posted 09-02-2012 03:12 PM

Compound tapered angle cuts are made with the Festool plunge saw and rail system as well.
Get a good ripping blade for the Festool and it will rip all day long. I like the Panther blade, others
like the Tenryu (sp?) blade.
Festool is spendy and works well with limited space. You’ll need a dust extractor and a dust
deputy is advised to save on bag replacement.
Welcome to the slippery slope, you’ll dig it.

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