I have had this sysem for several years and use it all the time to breakdown 4x8 sheet goods right off the back of my pickup. Also great for putting a straight edge on rough sawn lumber for mill prep.. Works great for me even without the clamps as the weight of the saw is sufficient to hold the tracks in place. They also (or did) sell a jig for holding a variety of circular saws. I got the Scheppach circular saw and it works great even with it's 5 1/2" blade. Compared to several other systems I found this to be the least expensive and with good function.
this is true. most of the plunge saws have decent dust collection. mine don't. but I do have a shop vac, broom and a dust pan. when the woo-floo is done there will be plenty of dust masks available too.Bringing my own saw (dedicated to this system) doesn’t seem like a hardship to me. Only real downside I see is the dust control.
Thanks, Mark.I’ve had that system for several years. It works well for me.