Experience the incredible power of the TS 75 plunge cut saw. No other saw comes close to its power and pinpoint accuracy. Capable of cutting material that is 2-3/4" thick, this saw will leave an edge that is both burn and splinter-free, creating edges that are clean enough to glue without any further prep work.
The TS 75 is suitable for cutting solid doors, truing rough lumber, cutting out window frames, and a host of other applications. Save time and create matched panels by cutting stacked sheet goods with one cut. Try the TS 75 once, and you will never look back.
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The TS75 is a great saw but I should have considered the TS55 for most of my work. When used in conjunction with the guide rails it makes short work of cutting up sheet goods for cabinets and such. I don't like the fact when cutting at a 45, the saw is a little top heavy and wants to tilt off the track. I had an oops and ended up gouging the guide rail when I tried a 45 degree cut. I now know what to expect and have not done it again. It is a great saw but I would probably been happier with the TS55.
The TS-75 is great for cutting sheet goods when combined with the rails. I will usually cut-up 2-3 sheets at a time. When combined with the parallel guides, it makes repetitive cuts alot faster to set-up and accurate. Cuts are nice and smooth with the blade that comes with the saw ("glue ready").
Dust collection is pretty good. I can't see any saw dust floating in the air, but there will be some left on the table. Collects a good 80+%.
Works well for cutting down doors too. Blades are expensive but they cut nice and smooth. You can cut anything from rough-lumber, ply to aluminum/plastic with the right blade.
the best tool I have ever owned. I use it a lot more than I thought I would. I haven't loaded my table saw in the truck since I have owned the ts 75. It isn't a table saw replacement, but if you just have a few cuts it takes up a lot less space and makes a cleaner cut.