|Item Weight||13.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.61 x 15.55 x 16.73 inches|
|Item model number||575389|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Vision panel, Wrench, Splinterguard, Fine tooth saw blade HW W48, Flag window|
|Warranty Description||36 Mo. Service All Inclusive|
Festool 575389 Plunge Cut Track Saw Ts 75 EQ-F-Plus USA
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||11.61 x 15.55 x 16.73 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Number of Teeth||48|
About this item
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- When used with Festool guide rails, you can achieve perfectly straight and splinter-free cuts.
- Spring-loaded riving knife (splitter) keeps the cut kerf open so that the material does not pinch the blade.
- This reduces the chance of kickback.
- The slip clutch helps to minimize the risk of a kickback and minimizes wear on the blade, gear case, and motor.
- Blade changes are easier and safer using the fastfix system which locks switch and arbor simultaneously for easy arbor bolt removal.Saw Blade Speed:1,350 - 3,550 rpm
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From Carpentry to Cabinetry we have the system for quality.
Guide rail precision
A perfect cut the first time, every time, with laser-straight, splinter-free cuts. (rail not included).
Do more with less. Less equipment, less space, and less time with the Festool System. (system elements can be purchased separately).
Micro-adjustable depth controls
Micro-adjustable depth indicator features two cursor lines, for precise material processing on or off the Guide Rail. (TS/TSC 55 only).
With the Guide Rail Splinterguard and an integrated, replaceable Splinterguard on the TS, you’ll get zero-tearout cuts, reducing rework and material waste.
With two available sizes, cordless option and 9 blade types available, TS saws can handle nearly any surface providing optimum results.
Integrated spring-loaded riving knife keeps the cut kerf open and the material away from the rear of the blade, reducing the chance of kickback and leaving the user in control.
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|Price||Unavailable||$379.00||$599.00||$138.29||$499.00||See price in cart|
|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||Hartville Hardware||Amazon.com||Hartville Hardware||CPO Outlets|
|Included Components||fine tooth saw blade HW W48, splinterguard, flag window, vision panel, wrench||case||fine tooth saw blade HW W48, splinterguard, flag window, vision panel, wrench||Blade, Track||Does not include batteries or charger, TSC 55 REB Saw, 48-tooth blade, Dust Collection Bag, Splinterguard, Systainer SYS 5 TL||1) DCS520 6-1/2" (165mm) TrackSaw, 1) DCB606 60V MAX* FLEXVOLT 6.0Ah Battery, 1) Blade, 1) Blade change wrench, 1) DEWALT T-Stack kit box|
|Item Dimensions||11.61 x 15.55 x 16.73 inches||16 x 12 x 13 inches||39.5 x 29.5 x 32.5 inches||—||15.5 x 11.61 x 12.8 inches||12 x 10 x 10 inches|
|Number of Items||1||1||1||—||1||1|
|Power Source||Corded Electric||—||ac||Corded Electric||Battery Powered||Cordless|
|Voltage||120 volts||110 volts||120 volts||120 volts||18 volts||60 volts|
Experience the incredible power of the TS 75 plunge cut saw. No other saw comes close to its power and pinpoint accuracy. Capable of cutting material that is 2-3/4" thick, this saw will leave an edge that is both burn and splinter-free, creating edges that are clean enough to glue without any further prep work. The TS 75 is suitable for cutting solid doors, truing rough lumber, cutting out window frames, and a host of other applications. Save time and create matched panels by cutting stacked sheet goods with one cut. Try the TS 75 once, and you will never look back.
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The saw was not perfectly square out of the box. Squaring this saw is frustrating and cumbersome because the base of the saw is not flat, there are some ridges that make the saw mate with the track better, I'm guessing. It means that mating your square to the base and blade of the saw is awkward. I could never get the saw to cut completely square and even if I had, the manual says you have to send it in to get the bevel pointer re-adjusted to the 0 degree mark (why Festool doesn't tell you how to do it yourself is beyond me). The bevel pointer is really kind of fat and doesn't come to a sharp point, so I don't think you can really tell what the bevel is even if the saw is square.
As for quality of cuts, I have a 30 dollar Makita blade on my miter saw and it will crosscut ten times smoother than what the TS 75 was giving me. I honestly have no idea where people are getting the "glue ready cut" idea from, this saw was not delivering that on either crosscuts or rips. Disappointed.
What was actually quite comical was the depth scale. On the TS 75, the big daddy TRACK saw, they give you a depth scale that is only for depth...wait for it, when the saw is NOT on the track! You can't make this stuff up! And even better, on the TS 55 they actually do have the depth scale for the saw on the track. So why not for the 75? A mystery. So you're left with measuring your depth, and then if you want to use the track (of course you do, though), you have to add a little bit to compensate. Sure, you could figure out exactly how much to add for the track, but why? You paid $660 for a track saw, you shouldn't have to.
I tried some plunge cuts. Heeding the advice of both the manual and instructional videos Festool has on YouTube, I used the rail stop included with the saw. Out of three attempts, it kicked back on me twice. Wow! At that point I was done, calling it quits while I'm still ahead and in one piece. Returning it.
I've lived with this for a few months and need to update my review. I'll still give this 5 stars but for very limited use. I do think this is the very best tool for sheet goods and for precise long rips. If you do these types of cuts daily, this is the best. Ignore my silly remark about it being a hand-held table saw, I fell for the festool propaganda.The truth is, I've not used again after my floor repairs and cutting 15 sheets of ply. I ended up buying a Dewalt jobsite table saw for medium to small crosscuts and rips. The festool is just too big a pain to mess with for anything outside a sheet of ply or cutting a hole in the middle of my living room.
This is very expensive but it really is worth the money, just make sure you get the track. I got the 75" and 55" track. Without the track, it's an ridiculously expensive circular saw. With the track, it's like a hand-held table saw. This is the easiest way to make clean, precise cuts. I used this to replace damaged engineered wood flooring. I could have just used a simple circular saw and a homemade guide but it would have been a chore. With the Festool, I laid down the track, put it where it needed to be, set the saw down and made the cut. Simple and precise. I've since used it to break down multiple plywood sheets and it can't be beat. Breaking down plywood on a table saw sucks. These are crazy expensive but if you can afford it, you'll be happy.
I first saw one of these used by the carpenter at a boat builder I worked at as project manager. Since boats don't have traditional squared up lines for wheelhouse trim and consoles, he used this for making all kinds of irregular angles on sheet goods and ripping lumber at add odd angles. I was sold and decided to splurge on one.
No regrets. Smooth cuts, no tear out, ability to "shave off" narrow pieces to fit joints and maintain a perfect edge, safe and easy to use, well made, high quality...list goes on as to what I like. However, having never owned a track saw previously, it took some time and practice to feel comfortable with using. Festool adds a lot of functionality in their engineering (some might be over engineered in fact) so clearly need to work with it to see what the capabilities are.
I like not having to manhandle 3/4 inch plywood on my contractor table saw, and for that alone it's worth it. Arguably if that's all I needed I could have stuck with the worm drive and straight edge. I see a lot of other possibilities however that this thing will allow me to do.
It's expensive, and you still need to buy the tracks so it's not a cheap investment. As a tool nut though, I'm happy I got it!