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I'm looking to buy a track saw/ plunge saw.
So my thing is is it worth buying and having it in the collection of tools
I want to get this because when I do cabinets the fullers come attach really want a cut for when I scribe the cabinet in
 

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Yes it is worth it.

A straight line scribe?:blink:
 

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Get it. I love using ours for scribing cabinet sides. You will find legit uses that make it more and more worthwhile. You could hold off on the longer track for now but you'll end up ordering one.
 

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I've used it for scribing many a cabinet side. It's a great tool for that. Example, pulled a vanity that we were going to re-install, exterior wall is out of level. After raising it on a new toe kick that was level and sliding to the wall, I have a 1/4" gap at the bottom which the previous installer had just caulked.

I laid the vanity on it's back, marked a 1/4" on the top, laid the track, and cut. Fast, dust free, quicker than any other method you could have used with perfect accuracy. So yeah... they're worth it.
 
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