Return to Makita, they were having qc issues with their tracks and some of them are not straight. Thankfully the last two I bought were straight.Hi
It cut into the bed as well as the splinter guard, its as if the saw has run off square to the rail, it seems impossible, but I managed to do the same thing to two tracks
Learn to cut without a track! I've been a carpenter for over 40 years and have never once thought "Hey, I need a track to cut this piece of plywood". I use a good saw though, a B&D super saw cat (back when they still made good saws)
I've built cabinets, stairs, just abut anything without a track.
I guess if you say so. I have table saws too. Geesh!
I use my tablesaw maybe once a month or maybe once every other month. For ripping lumber, a saw guide is faster and straighter. For plywood, a track saw, if I had one. Now it's either a straight edge or just free hand it.I guess if you say so. I have table saws too. Geesh!