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Track Saw vs. Circular Saw

Dayton Hardwood Co. Track Saw

As a professional carpenter, precision is key. When you're working on a flooring or stair installation project, you need to make sure that every cut is perfect. That's why at Dayton Hardwood Co, we use a cordless Festool track saw for all of our precise carpentry work.

While a circular saw may be a common tool for carpentry work, it's not always the best option for precision cutting. With a circular saw, it can be difficult to make straight cuts, and you may end up with jagged edges or uneven lines. This can be especially frustrating when you're working with expensive hardwoods or other delicate materials.

A track saw, on the other hand, is designed specifically for precision cutting. The saw is attached to a track, which guides the blade along a straight line. This makes it much easier to make straight cuts, even on longer pieces of material. And with the cordless Festool track saw, we have the freedom to move around the job site without worrying about cords or outlets.

One of the reasons why Ian from Dayton Hardwood Co prefers the Festool track saw is because it offers a number of features that make it even easier to use. For example, the saw has a built-in splinterguard, which helps to reduce tear-out on the bottom side of the material. This is especially important when you're working with delicate materials like hardwoods, which can easily splinter or crack.

In addition, the Festool track saw has a depth stop that allows you to make precise, repeatable cuts. This is essential when you're working on a project that requires multiple cuts of the same size. And with the saw's fastfix blade changing system, you can quickly and easily swap out blades as needed.

At Dayton Hardwood Co, we take pride in the quality of our work, and we know that precision is key to achieving that quality. That's why we rely on the Festool track saw for all of our precise carpentry work. Whether we're installing hardwood floors or building custom staircases, we know that we can count on the track saw to deliver the accuracy and consistency that our clients expect.

In conclusion, if you're looking for a tool that can help you achieve precision cuts in your carpentry work, consider investing in a cordless Festool track saw. With its built-in splinterguard, depth stop, and fastfix blade changing system, this saw is the perfect choice for any carpenter who demands accuracy and consistency in their work. And if you're in the Oakwood, Ohio area, stop by Dayton Hardwood Co to see the Festool track saw in action and learn more about how we use it to deliver top-quality craftsmanship on all of our projects.

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