This is a 45º bevel rip 48 tooth blade TS-55. 28 or 12 tooth blade and it cuts faster, just more tooth marks.If you have the blade depth set correctly it won't hang up. I can't emagine dragging the track saw out every time I need to rip a 2by. Not to mention the ts55 is under powered for ripping a 2by.
No I ment what I said. Carpenters that build forms. When forming stairs or elevation changes you have to 45° the bottom edge so the finishers can finish all the way to the riser.You mean framers right? I can't imagine trimming a house, remodeling a kitchen, installing built-ins etc without having a table saw on site.
So your saying you bring your track saw out for framing. And in a situation that an 8th doesn't matter, and it's not at least twice as slow as a worm drive.
All it needs is enough power to do the job. I do not believe I know anyone who owns a Makita. I need that much more power I own a 75.So your saying you bring your track saw out for framing. And in a situation that an 8th doesn't matter, and it's not at least twice as slow as a worm drive.
I have sharp blades for my ts55. Your not talking to someone that doesn't have that saw. I'm just willing to admit that it's under powered for some applications. Run it next to the makita. Then get back to me.