I use a Festool track saw all the time, once you have one, you'll wonder how you lived w/out it. They also sell adapters to use routers on the tracks so the tracks are multi-purpose- I'm up to 9.5 meters of track already, but you can piece together smaller sections. The longer tracks work excellent for breaking down sheet goods and save a LOT of back strain when compared to table saw work. The table saw is one tool I do not really enjoy using and the track saw have cut my table saw time in half.
Other track saw advantages-
Safe, perfect one-handed cuts
Splinter/tearout free cuts- as good as any tablesaw (with a decent blade)
Use track stops to make plunge cuts w/out kickback. Iv'e even used them to make plunge cuts for wood floor inlays.
Careful with the green tools, they can be addicting.
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