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Posted on Festool for ripping vs table saw

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#1 posted 09-02-2012 07:55 PM

If the Festool plunge saw is calibrated right, and used with their track, pending which one you buy, you can obtain perfect glue line rips up to approx., 2 7/8” deep for lengths determined by the track, and or tracks connected together (plus a long extension cord : ))

Changing the blade from a rip to cross cut, you can also obtain chip free cuts in veneer,

Its slower going then a TS for knocking out parts but I find it faster then a jointer for “joining edges” on large timbers

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