WEN tool in general - Track Saw in Particular
I don't use much plywood, but when I do, it would be nice to be able to break it down making clean, straight accurate cuts. Since my use is only occasional, I'm having trouble justifying the cost of a Mikita, Dewalt or Festool Track Saw for the amount of use it would get in my shop.
Then I stumbled on the WEN. I'm thinking there's got to be a reason that it's close to one fourth the cost of similar saws. And that makes me wonder about WEN tools in general. They've been around as long as I remember. How do they manage to hit these price points? Where are they compromising and how much does it matter?