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Old 02-12-2019, 01:50 PM
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Thought it was a goner. Glad to see it back.
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Old 02-18-2019, 09:45 PM
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Hey, it's back again, again!
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Old 02-19-2019, 11:18 AM
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Thought it was a goner. Glad to see it back.
Hi Sea,
The forum was and still is under attack.
for safety to our members we had to take it off line.
So far no harm done and is good to see you back.

sorry for the delay and I may need more help for managing the forum.
Phil is the best but is too much for one guy.
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Old 02-26-2019, 09:09 PM
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I'm almost afraid to say welcome back again, again, again, seems like when I do the forum goes down again.
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Old 02-27-2019, 03:42 PM
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I'm almost afraid to say welcome back again, again, again, seems like when I do the forum goes down again.
I think we are safe now.
Very Pro-active to safeguard e-mails and any personal info,
no breach to the database.
only spammers and haters.

everything is good.
now we need a super special.
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Old 03-03-2019, 11:46 AM
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I think we are safe now.
Very Pro-active to safeguard e-mails and any personal info,
no breach to the database.
only spammers and haters.

everything is good.
now we need a super special.
tx
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Dino - I thought you left us and were secretly working for Kreg. Their new Adaptive Cutting System and saw have many unique features you have discussed here. Looks like a B-100 and the saw is what you talked about so much here.

Mike
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Old 03-03-2019, 03:11 PM
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Dino - I thought you left us and were secretly working for Kreg. Their new Adaptive Cutting System and saw have many unique features you have discussed here. Looks like a B-100 and the saw is what you talked about so much here.

Mike
Mike, even the name was "taken" from one review at Cool Tools.
Good to see the DWC is becoming main stream.
Yes, The forum has few spies and this is OK by me.

All those years I'm working to move the DWC and now is paying off.
But the big question is how you can make woodworking affordable?
because even with the Track-saw tables we still need 2-3 more outdated tools.
Table-saw. miter saw and Circular saw.

Many companies will follow EZ and make woodworking better.
We will make it Better for all.
By saying (WE) I include all the ez guys.

thx
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Old 03-03-2019, 03:27 PM
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Dino - I thought you left us and were secretly working for Kreg. Their new Adaptive Cutting System and saw have many unique features you have discussed here. Looks like a B-100 and the saw is what you talked about so much here.

Mike
Mike,
I looked at the saw for second time.
Not EZ.
About the accuracy...If the frame and holes are perfectly aligned...
and the floor is flat or the legs are adjustable...I don't see how you can use the system for accurate cuts.
With the EZ-one only the track and fence need to be square.

a left blade plunge saw. wait and see.
I like to use a saw without pushing against a spring.
if is a plunge saw it better be in the rear like Metabo and few others.
How you can reach and cut 48" is never shown in any video.
Once I saw a guy walking around and drag the saw to finish the cut.
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Old 04-15-2019, 11:04 PM
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So, they cobbed together an old bridge design, a cheap copy of a festool looking track and without router option?

I do like the wheels on the table. But not $899 worth.
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Old 04-16-2019, 09:54 AM
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So, they cobbed together an old bridge design, a cheap copy of a festool looking track and without router option?

I do like the wheels on the table. But not $899 worth.
Jeff, it was about time to see something like that.
and the same time it is about time to intro the next " EZ format "
where simplicity riles.
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