In the world of cordless drills and drivers, the Bosch Flexiclick is like a Swiss Army knife. With its multiple functions and attachments, it makes for a very versatile tool. I was very excited to get my hands on the Flexiclick since it's a tool that I've been wishing that Bosch would bring across to this side of the Atlantic for awhile now. It's a perfect fit for the cabinet work that I do and you'll see examples of that in this article.
There are a variety of accessories available that add to the accuracy and capability of a track saw, and the GRS-16 guide rail square is one of those accessories. In this review I will go through the design and features of the GRS-16's, explain how they work and I also share my real world experience with them after putting them to work in my shop.
I've had the Makita SP6000 track saw for 3 years now and it gets used a lot both in the shop and on site. Where it really shines for me is working with sheet goods, which I do a lot of as a cabinet maker. In addition to reviewing the Makita, I will share some of the ways that I use the saw in my work and which accessories that I find helpful.