I also have a small workshop. I do not have a chop saw or a track saw. I do have a small accurate and fast Sliding european saw which is my ho to tool. It also has a scriving knife, and a dadoo cutter which are perfect for mdf and plywood. I have worked this way fir 14 years and never regretted it. I have a a hammer k3 slider now. Ace. There are ither comoact sliders too with optional outriggers. If you have the space..., I have a small double garage.Hello again,
I am wanting to cut/saw plywood or mdf, i do have a track saw but am finding it time consuming to keep setting up for each individual piece, also i am woking in a small garage so space is quite limiting. Can anyone recommend an easier way of doing this, would a small table saw do or should i just persevere?