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Default +1 on the Makita

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Originally Posted by tofu View Post
Go with an actual track saw and matching track. You'll save headache in the long run. I personally use the Makita set, but DeWalt, festool and Bosch (if you import it) are also popular.

EZ may have something great in the pipe line, but with their current offering -- miters always need test cuts or jigs because the cut line will always change, dust collection requires saw modification, track edge always changes depending on how much pressure is on the wood.

Those caveats seem small when you are looking at $150-250 savings by going with a conventional CS, but a real track saw took my projects from "I'll get around to it" to "this will be fun."
+1 on the Makita
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