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|Package Dimensions||80 x 20 x 13 inches|
|Item model number||TS 75 EQ|
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Festool TS 75 EQ Plunge Cut Circular Saw with 75-Inch Track
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- When used with Festool guide rails (75 inch rail included), 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.
- MMC electronics provide soft start, variable speed, constant speed under load, and current and thermal overlad protection.
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Cut as straight as a panel saw with the versatility of a portable saw. The Festool TS 75 EQ plunge saw has a multitude of uses, from fine carpentry to cutting spiral staircase steps; from rough timber to cutting out window frames in renovation work. The TS 75 is a larger saw with greater cut depth than the Festool TS 75 EQ. Portable circular saws often react unexpectedly. They wander off line and are subject to play in the guide. Its a quick way to ruin expensive material. But not the TS 75 EQ and included guide rail: the saw blade makes its cut absolutely straight and splinter-free. Perpendicular or even beveled, the choice is yours. As a plunge saw, it can start and end a cut accurately anywhere on the material. Equally important, on the TS 75 , the saw blade and riving knife retracts into the housing, unlike on conventional pendulum-cover saws, where the cover retracts instead of the blade. This automatically means greater intrinsic safety.
A powerful saw that's able to deliver pinpoint accuracy, the Festool TS 75 EQ Circular Saw is ideal for cutting solid doors, truing rough lumber, and cutting through stacks of sheet materials--among other applications. It features a slip clutch, variable-speed design, along with constant speed monitoring and a retractable spring-loaded riving knife for smooth, controlled operation. Plus, FastFix blade changes save time and keep your work flow smooth.
|Robust internals and system sensors allow the TS 75 EQ to safely maintain its speed during difficult cuts. View larger.|
|When used with guide rails, the saw offers a maximum cutting depth of 2-3/4 inches. View larger.|
Adjustable guide jaws and on-board Allen key for quick blade changes. View larger.
The TS 75 EQ cuts right on the edge of the scribe line.
The spring-loaded riving knife gives you control.
FastFix Saw Blade Changing System for quick, safe blade changes.
Festool's most powerful plunge cut saw, the Festool TS 75 EQ is a versatile, heavy-duty saw that's capable of creating clean edges in the face of tough applications. These burn-free, splinter-free edges are clean enough to glue without any further prep work, saving you time and effort. And for improved accuracy and reduced waste, the TS 75 EQ makes each cut right on the edge of the scribe line, even when you're making bevel cuts.
The TS 75 EQ offers a maximum cutting depth of 2-15/16 inches (75 millimeters) when used without a guide rail, and it gives you 2-3/4 inches of cutting capacity when used with a guide rail. Plus, it makes depth adjustment simple by allowing you to expose only the part of the blade necessary for a given cut.
Clean Finishes with Guide Rail and Splinterguard
Built to work with Festool guide rails, the TS 75 EQ makes it easy to set up for perfectly straight cuts. Guide rail guidance also allows you to use limit stops to cut identical pieces. The saw comes with a versatile 75-inch guide rail.
In addition, an integral guide rail splinterguard and a second, detachable off-cut side splinterguard work to eliminate tear out on both sides of the saw's cut line. A cut line that's clean and splinter-free on both sides of the blade means you only need to make one pass with the saw, which saves you time. It also means you waste less material, which saves you money.
Spring-Loaded Riving Knife and Slip Clutch Reduce Kickback
The TS 75 EQ features a spring-loaded riving knife (splitter) that retracts into the housing during plunge cuts. The riving knife keeps the cut kerf open, so the material you are working with does not pinch the saw blade. This reduces the chance of kickback, making the saw safer and ensuring complete control over each cut.
The saw also features a slip-clutch design that further reduces the potential for kickback, while also reducing wear on the blade, gear case, and motor for extended tool life.
FastFix Blade Changing System Saves Time
When it's time to switch out the blade on your TS 75 EQ, the FastFix system makes the change fast, easy, and intuitive. When this system is engaged, the saw's power switch and arbor are locked simultaneously, so you don't have to worry about accidental start-ups. In addition, the saw is locked into a position that facilitates easy arbor bolt removal, so you can get at the blade quickly.
Robust Design Includes MMC Electronics
Different applications place different demands on your tools, and the TS 75 EQ offers variable speed control from 1,350 rpm to 3,550 rpm for equally good results when working with a variety of materials. With its constant speed monitoring, the saw is able to maintain consistent blade speeds under heavy loads, which produces clean, consistent results. And it guards against overheating and current overload, extending the life of the saw.
In addition, this plunge-cut saw features a Plug-It power cord. This interchangeable cord design allows you to quickly switch between Festool tools without changing your entire setup.
The Festool TS 75 EQ Circular Saw is backed by a three-year limited warranty and a 30-day money-back guarantee.
What's in the Box
Festool TS 75 EQ Circular Saw, 75-inch (1900-millimeter) guide rail, 36-tooth blade, limit stop, Plug-it power cord, splinterguard, and Systainer storage case.
|Even in thick material, the TS 75 EQ creates burn-free, splinter-free edges that are clean enough to glue without prep work.|
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After making a few cuts you realize that you can't even compare the two saws, it is just not fair to the Shop Fox. It is like comparing a Yugo and a Porsche, you just can't compare them realistically. I plan to buy more Festool equipment in the future after seeing the quality and precision of this tool. I may have to save a little more but in the end you get what you pay for and you realize the value in that. This is a tool that I thought I would have some use for to discovering I use it a lot. I have even found it invaluable for trueing lumber so that it is dimensionally square, much faster than the jointer. I am sold on Festool after this purchase, simply amazing. It was much more, much better than I every expected.
Update: Still love this tool. I bought the CT48 vacuum to go along with this track saw as well as changing out my Hitachi Miter Saw with a Festool Kapex Miter Saw. I am still extremely happy with my purchase. I see myself having these for a lifetime but time will only tell. As for my TS 75, use it a lot. I even made a special table that the top pivots to the floor so I can just run my sheet goods over to so that I don't have to pick them up, the table pivots back to flat with your sheet goods on top for processing. The saw has made working with sheet goods so much more efficient. What used to be a real pain involving multiple people and questionable results on the table saw is now effortless with this track saw. It has effectively replaced my table saw and my jointer as the first step in dimensioning and processing all of my lumber(not just my sheet goods). My next step will probably be to replace my table saw with one that is smaller and portable because while my table saw used to be the center of my workshop is now only taking up room and as we all know space is money and efficiency is king. No, this track saw will not replace my table saw, you still need one of those. But I don't need a large table saw with large outfeed and side table anymore. The TS 75 has effectively changed the thinking and work flow in my work space. This little tool has made a big impact my my shop.
I am building large drawers and doors for a mudroom built-in. The quality of cuts from the TS75 are first rate. Glue edge cuts, true! No burn marks, true! Accuracy is easily 1/32-1/64" on large sheets of ply. I'm very happy with the saw and guide rail. No issues to report.
While the TS55 would be easier to use being a lighter saw, it wouldn't allow me future options, such as ripping thick rough cut walnut boards which are drying in my back yard for flooring and such to be used in the next year or more. Honestly, the TS75 isn't that heavy. Work with a wormdrive circular saw for a long time at about 18+ lbs and a 13 lbs saw seems featherweight. The TS75 is well balanced and comfortable to carry and position for cuts.
My order came directly from Tool Nut through Amazon. Shipping was prompt, ordered on a Sunday evening and it arrived on Wednesday. The rail was boxed well with no damage. The saw systainer was packaged nicely in another cardboard box for protection in transit. Nice to receive everything in top condition.
Saw setup is simple. Included instructions aren't that good, but I had watched several youtube videos that demoed everything I needed to know.
First attach the saw splinter guard, adjust the two cam knobs on the saw base to make it tight on the rail, then rip just the guide rail to establish a clean line on the full length plastic splinter guard edge. Then you can use that rail edge for accurate placement on cut marks. I have yet to use any clamps. I just lay the guide rail on the work and cut. The friction strips on the bottom of the rail holds quite nicely to surfaces to prevent slipping.
The 75 inch rail is a good intermediate length. Not enough to rip an 8 foot sheet but fine for anything under 6 feet. The saw power is nice, cuts through 2 sheets of 3/4" ply with no hesitation. I own a Fein 9 gallon Turbo II vac. The Fein hose fits just fine inside the TS75 dust port, and with the saw plugged into the vacuum, I get auto on/off of the vac when using the saw. I am amazed at how clean the air is in my work space even after hours of cutting. Very small amounts of saw dust on the floor, nothing visibly floating in the air. That alone is worth the price of admission. My wormdrive saw makes one heck of a mess, so I usually setup in the back yard to keep the shop clean. Now I can cut cleaner, setup faster, cut faster, cut more accurately using the Festool.
I've been eyeing Tenryu blades for the TS75 when I need either a new blade or a rip blade. They make 3 blades, 18, 36, 54 teeth. All at a reasonable price from $52-67.
I would say the only very minor frustration comes from the metric scale for the cut depth. I think I'll use my label maker or something to put an imperial scale along side it for quicker work.
I'm certain there is a longer guide rail in my future, the 106" or 118", expensive though. But for now, I'm content with the standard setup.
Oct 2014: Still an excellent tool, no issues at all. I've been using the Oshlun brand blades made to fit the TS75. Those blade work quite well, maybe not a 100% cut quality to the Festool blades but the price (1/3 the cost) they work well. I reserve the Festool blades for higher quality wood cuts and use the Oshlun blades for regular plywood and even OSB for making precise one-off jigs. I do have a Tenryu rip blade. I'll report back on that soon after cutting some mahogany and oak planks.
Oct 2015: Tenryu rip blade for the TS75 is absolutely a superb blade. Ripped a 12 foot long 10/4 piece of Honduran Mahogany, no effort at all on the saw's part. Blade just glided through. Also did beveled edges on a half dozen walnut tables all 2 inches thick. Blade made all the difference.