Hi All, I am in the market for a track saw to break down sheet goods for an upcoming project. I will be doing some regular rips which I will cut oversized and clean up on the tablesaw.
I also need to do some cross cuts and miter cuts that will be akward at best on the tablesaw… 72″ X 16″ parts that will be mitered on the short edges and glued up into large boxes with dominos for “guidance”. The material is bamboo plywood & I’d like the cuts to be “glue joint ready” of course. I have read that splintering is an issue with the material.
The “F-bomb” (love that Beasely) is one choice, but there are several “similar” saws in blue, yellow, and green at far lower numbers. I’ll spend it if I have to… do I have to?