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Abraxas 02-04-2018 10:45 PM

Which Universal Saw Base is compatible
 
I need to cut a live edge slab and the only saw that will work is a 16" beam saw. I have a Makita 16" Model No 5402NA and am not sure which custom EZSmart Moduni base (small, medium, large) will work with this saw. Does anyone know which base is compatible.
Cheers

Dino 02-05-2018 09:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Abraxas (Post 39682)
I need to cut a live edge slab and the only saw that will work is a 16" beam saw. I have a Makita 16" Model No 5402NA and am not sure which custom EZSmart Moduni base (small, medium, large) will work with this saw. Does anyone know which base is compatible.
Cheers

Only the large.
There is some confusion with the pictures but look at the dimensions.

tx and welcome to the forum.

Abraxas 02-05-2018 04:33 PM

Ok, awesome thank you, much appreciated.

kenk 02-05-2018 05:09 PM

Wow, that is one BIG saw!!

I can see where having such a big circular saw running on a track would me much more comfortable ... but then again, I have a real dread of trying to use a regular circular saw off the track.

Is Eurekazone's Deep EZ Smart Clamp deep enough (4.5 in.) to handle the material with that saw???

Ken K.

joebehr 02-05-2018 09:54 PM

saw position in moduni base
 
I've mounted my 8-1/4 Makita on a moduni base and now the blade does not trim the anti-tear-out edge...what do I do?

Dino 02-06-2018 10:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by joebehr (Post 39686)
I've mounted my 8-1/4 Makita on a moduni base and now the blade does not trim the anti-tear-out edge...what do I do?

Can you move the saw? turn the holes into slots?
Ask for another moduni base. At only $10.00 and shipping.
Call the office and send them this post. Talk to Charles.

You can even incresh the edge with a self stick srtip.
very thin and you will find it usefull in many applications.
1/2" uhmw strips ( self adhesive in one side)

thanks
dino

Dino 02-06-2018 10:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kenk (Post 39685)
Wow, that is one BIG saw!!

I can see where having such a big circular saw running on a track would me much more comfortable ... but then again, I have a real dread of trying to use a regular circular saw off the track.

Is Eurekazone's Deep EZ Smart Clamp deep enough (4.5 in.) to handle the material with that saw???

Ken K.

Ken, for clamping a sliding block of UHMW with 2 small nails will do the same.

We mabe special bridges and captive pases for special applications but the starndard ez tools can do the job without any issue.

tx
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