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  1. Wendell Terrell
    03-10-2018 09:17 PM
    Wendell Terrell
    Dik, thanks for this info. I will check out he site you referenced.I look forward to seeing the pictures. Once again, thanks for your help.
  2. Wendell Terrell
    02-27-2018 03:36 PM
    Wendell Terrell
    Hi Dik, how are you, well I hope.Awhile back you posted a thread about using low voltage cylinders to control your blast gates. I responded to your post and you kindly offered to pass on some information about your project. If you have the time, I would like to ask a few questions about the cylinders you used. First, since you are using a DPDT switch, I assume the cylinders are double acting, powered extend and powered retract; second, what type of mounting process do these use, both on the fixed part of the cylinder and the action rod; and finally, is there any adjustment to the stroke length or is all the way extended or retracted?
    Like I said, if you have the time to answer, I would greatly appreciate any info you could pass along. Thanks in advance and have a good one,
    Wendell
  3. Dino
    02-20-2017 09:58 PM
    Dino
    Hello Dik.
    Just say hello.
  4. Dino
    06-28-2016 07:10 PM
    Dino
    hi Dik.
    Howdoyoydo
    tx
    d
  5. Murphy S. Law
    03-12-2014 08:57 PM
    Murphy S. Law
    Hey Dik. I just wanted to say, I am impressed with your comp. graphics. And do you make your own stops and/or jigs out of the plastic that EZ sells? And how would one go about doing this? Thanks.
  6. rookeman
    01-20-2013 08:41 PM
    rookeman
    Hello Enjoy your youtube posts and would like to thankyou for your input on my question on youtube about the ueg vs ripsizer. I put in my order immediately after your view point and got the ueg and some sme's to make my first power bench with my bridge 300. Also where are you getting your music for you videos if you don't mind could you give the name of the artists.
  7. thingsman
    05-24-2012 12:12 PM
    thingsman
    Dik, I just watched your video "Ripping & Jointing" and I do not understand how it all works. After ripping the wood is cut right to the ez track plastic. With no over hang, how does the planner remove any material?
  8. sawdust57
    12-15-2011 03:43 PM
    sawdust57
    Hi Dik, did i see you using a portable power planer to edge material after the rip in one of your videos? i need a set up like that. i just ordered my EZ bench. i have a full time custom moulding and millworks shop here in morgantown wv. just sold my tablesaw and getting rid of the big dewalt 14" radial arm saw also. i wish i'd known about EZ products a month or 2 ago. would've saved me alot of grief! tks, Mel.
  9. bigjohn1
    08-19-2011 10:32 PM
    bigjohn1
    Dik I just watched your Videos and looks like a good idea. What did you use for the ends. I can see the 5/16- 18 and the tunrbuckle I think is a great way to go one left and one right. I guess you could add a lock nut.
    So just tell me what to use for the connection the the ssme and will make one.
    Or is Dino going to make like this? Thanks John....
  10. davegadgeteer
    05-11-2011 11:50 PM
    davegadgeteer
    I'm trying to find the definition of smcs, and I know you've got a glossary somewhere but right now I can't remember how to get to it.

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  • About Dik Harrison
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    Retired IT Operations Manager and life long woodworker.
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    Evans, GA
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    Dik Harrison
    Former Consultant to EurekaZone

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