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Old 07-25-2014, 08:30 PM
Goblu Goblu is offline
 
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Default Gang cutting parts

One of the advantages of the EZ One is gang-cutting parts. Here are some pictures of parts being cut to length. In the past I've used a miter saw and done one at a time for this process. Much more time consuming and less safe than the track saw with a setup like the EZ One.

Photo one shows parts lined up to be cut to length. In the back you can see a fence, an aluminum bar secured with two ez smart clamps. The distance between this and the saw cutline along the track (at bottom) is the length of the parts. On the left are some stops that trap the parts and keep them square. You could use the long stops instead. I checked to make sure this was all square so the parts would come out square. In this case it was easy to do.

Photo two shows The parts right after they've been cut. Since I use an insert in place of the ACE, you can see it more clearly.

Photo three shows the parts after cutting.
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Last edited by Goblu; 07-25-2014 at 08:45 PM. Reason: add photos
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