Cut as straight as a panel saw with the versatility of a portable saw. It
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 TS 55
Portable circular saws often react unexpectedly. They wander offline
and are subject to play in the guide. It's a quick way to ruin expensive
material. But not the TS 75 EQ and including guide rail: the saw blade
makes its cut absolutely straight and splinter-free. Perpendicular or even
beveled, the choice is yours. As a plunge-cut saw, it can start and end a
cut accurately anywhere on the material.
Equally important, on the TS 55 and 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
Saw like a professional. Try it once and you'll never look back.
Remember, Festool offers a 30-day Money Back
Guarantee of if you are not satisified with your purchase.
||If you want to connect guide rails, you will need two connectors.
||When cutting 8ft. sheets, many customers try to buy a 42" Guide Rail to combine with the 55" that comes with their TS 55 saw. While this would give you 97 inches, it is not long enough to allow the saw a place to sit to start your cut. You'll need a 55".
||Many folks opt for the guide rail accessory kit. The kit will contain two connectors, an extra guide rail stop, a deflector for the end of guide rail (keeps hose and cord tracking), replacement splinter guard, and angle unit and two clamps all in a systainer. The angle unit is the deal breaker: if you do not have a use for that, just buy the separate parts you need.
||Festool recommends purchasing two screw type clamps or quick clamps. These clamps fit into the bottom channel of the guide rail
and do not interfere with the travel of the saw.
||For the TS 75, Festool recommends purchasing a 3000 mm (118") guide rail for
ripping 8ft. sheets. The larger 15" base of the TS 75 reguires a longer rail to provide extra support for starting the cut. Two 1400 mm (55")
connected to form a 110" will work, but you will have to plunge into your workpiece.