|Item Weight||9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||54 x 3 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||EZTS108|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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EZSMART Track Saw System 108"
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- For saws with blades 6 ½ , 7 ¼ or 8 ¼ inch.
- Provides safe, straight precise cuts on or off the guide rail.
- Replaceable zero clearance anti-chip edge, Cuts at 90 degrees or beveled.
- Clean splinter free cuts, Patented dual sided track, cuts in both directions.
- Lightweight yet rugged for jobsite portability.
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Your circular saw moves in a straight line along the EZSMART Guide Rail, you are in complete control, the cut is clean, chip free, and right on the mark. You will feel confident and safe using your circular saw when mounted on the EZSMART Universal Saw Base, as it glides along the EZSMART Guide Rail. You will be able to make long precise rip cuts, cross cuts, angle cuts, at 90 degrees or beveled, in both directions, while all the time the wood is being held captive under the EZSMART Guide Rail eliminating the potential of dangerous "Kick Back". The EZSMART Guide Rail, fitted with the EZSMART Anti-Chip Edge, works in conjunction with Anti-Chip Inserts on the EZSMART Universal Saw Base, to provide zero clearance at each side of the blade, resulting in clean splinter free cuts. In addition to these features, when used off the EZSMART Guide Rail, protection from dangerous Anti-Kickback is provided by EZSMART Anti-Kickback Fin that acts like a riving knife to hold the material open and prevent binding. The real test of a Track Saw System is how well it performs on small and narrow boards, or, where the cuts are too wide for your miter saw and too long for free hand. Using the included low profile, adjustable, EZSMART Smart Clamps, you can secure small boards under the guide rail, in any position or at any angle you need to make your cut, or, secure the track to larger material for longer cuts. Manufactured from high grade aluminum ensures the EZSMART Guide Rail is lightweight for portability yet this geometrically designed extrusion provides rigid, no twist stability making it a true job site portable option over a table or miter saw. Owning the EZSMART Track Saw System introduces you to many more innovative and labor saving accessories that are all designed to work seamlessly together, allowing you to grow your system to accommodate your woodworking needs.
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I called ez smart to see what can be done. They sell other bases for the product, but there are no riving knife or anti-chip inserts for these other base. The person I spoke to suggested trying to shave material off of the supplied base to make the saw fit but after looking at the base more closely I don't think this will work. There's not enough material before I would shave through wall of the base. Also I can't imagine having the saw sitting cockeyed in the base because I've shaved the walls un-square is a good thing. The other option is to some how cut or grind off the magnesium shoe of my brand new saw.
I asked ez smart if the have any plans to accommodate larger saws and they said that the tooling for that part was about $20k, so no.
Bottom line is that I've just spent almost $300 on a tool that I can't use. I can either spend another $75 on a saw base that doesn't provide the full functionality, or another couple hundred to buy another saw. Neither option is very appealing. Hell I'm halfway to a festool at that point.
I've noticed that while the description here claims they accommodate "99%" of saws, their website is now claiming only 90%, and warn you to measure your saw before you buy. I now see why.
Update: I ended up grinding about 1/8" off the base of my saw and it now fits.
I even had an unsecured bench vice fall on these, roughly at the joint between the two pieces. The connectors were shot, but the tracks were fine apart from a gouge in the corner. Much more sturdy than I would have guessed.
My only suggestions are to get a spare set of anti-chip inserts (they do wear out), and if you have to share workspace or are at all accident prone, some extra connectors too.