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Old 08-12-2017, 08:48 PM
Tracedfar Tracedfar is offline
 
Join Date: Sep 2015
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Thanks Burt. Like you, my UEG is indispensable. I believe it's the best way to break down sheet goods, period.

I get tickled when I see guys use $20k sliders almost exclusively for sheet goods. However, that's not what got my attention.

What impressed me was milling large pieces of very rough lumber down to spec. Then, with with little or no change in setup, ripping and cross cutting to the nearest millimeter, repeatedly.

All the while, no one's hand every came close to the blade. Precision, safety, efficiency but at a fairly steep entry point. I think the EZ1 Max is capable of this level of performance but it would be nice to hear from or see a demo of someone who built a piece of hardwood furniture with it.
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