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Cabinet making: mitre-saw or Festool MFT?
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Old 18th December 2007, 07:37 PM   #1
magentawhale is offline magentawhale  Netherlands
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Default Cabinet making: mitre-saw or Festool MFT?

Besides building some funiture, I am planning to make some cabinets for an existing pair of speakers that are badly damaged. I was hoping that some experts could give me some guidance about purchasing tools. I initially thought about purchasing a mitre-saw for the angled parts (especially the joints of the panels), but, since I already have a Festool TS-55EBQ saw, thought buying Festool's Multi Function Table to be an option as well.

Has anyone compared both options? I would like to hear some opinions!

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