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 Post subject: Re: Moving to Az
PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2020 6:37 am 
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RonTeti wrote:
Well update: Signed the contract for the shop should start digging for the foundation by the end of the week


Please tell us more about your table saw. I have not seen one like it?

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 Post subject: Re: Moving to Az
PostPosted: Thu Aug 06, 2020 3:08 pm 
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Oh its a Festool TS 75 module for my Festool CMS (not available in the US).

I bought it when I lived in the UK along with the side extension and the fence.

Its took me a long time to figure it out adjusting it etc. Wasntadusted right and it was makeing good cuts and cuts were tapered.

I got that figured out finally after moving here and setting it up in my garage, now it gives pretty good cuts.

The beauty is it can break down for transporting or storage. Everything comes off fence side table the sliding table will mount to it and attches easily and once adjusted doesnt have to be adjusted again.

I can swap the saw module with the router ( though I have a CMS that attaches to the a MFAT for it) and festool jigsaw module (not available in the US). I made modules (well will remake modules for it) for my bench top tools.

Sadly since festool bought saw stop they quit making the CMS modules other that the router module which is only sold in the US and Canada now.

I like it its great for ripping small pieces and I can take it apart and fold it up when not needed.


* Oh is see in the photo I didnt have the side table or the fence installed. The fence you see there is the stock fence that clamps to the v groove on the stand.Ill run out ad get a photo of the complete saw minus the sliding table which Im using on the router table right now


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