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A buddy of mine asked me for some advice about a new miter saw for their precast concrete plant. Asked about a Festool, but I think that's a lot nicer saw than what they need. I see festool as a trim/fine woodworker saw & this thing is used all day long cutting 10" wide marine plywood strips, plastic reveal material, 2x6's, etc. All material for forming the precast panels. They currently have a Dewalt & want something better.

I told him I liked both my Bosch 12" slider & the new Milwaukee 12" slider I have, but didn't know if there was a more production use saw that would fit their needs a little better.

This saw gets a lot of physical abuse, another reason I tried to steer him from the Festool.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
Dan
 

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What about that thing Gus uses, Omga was it?
 

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I would say original saw all the way http://www.originalsaw.com/

If this is in an industrial plant being used daily they probably need to go to a three phase saw. Otherwise I dont know of any saw that will last.

Check out the original saws. great great product.
 
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