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I would never do that with my track saw:no:
 

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Most of plunge saws designed to cut wood but future better dust colection and are premium saws but as great as they are... health is more Important
 

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I've used my TS 55 (alot) more than once. No adverse affects to the saw or track. Blades are the problem, not the saw.

Tom
 

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Yes I have that one... but that only one alternative.... Hitachi saw is not very well with dustcolection, ridgit fiber cement saw discontinued. ..
 

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no saws, but then there are some but no blades...
Well back to the drafting board... hahaha

Festool Ts75 allows cutting using 8 1/4 blades...

PsThere are still blades for ridgit 5 1/2 fiber cemet but carbide tipped not PCD so thats not an option.... sometimes I think manufacturers work in different direction... than people they work for...
 

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For sheet work I have always seen guys using power shears, no personal experience, but looks like minimal dust.
 

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