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Old 10-20-2009, 09:50 PM
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Hi Guys.
We may have the best of everything but the most important tool
working with the ez system is the tool that supports the wood and tools.
The Material/Tool supporting system.
The Table.

This is a simple setup and works great.

Pic#1.The guide rail is connected to the table with 3 long ez connectors. ( long in height)
We can raise the rail with spacers if needed.
The fence ( Black plastic strip ) was aligned to perfection with one quick pass ( SRK-or SSRK)

Pic#2. My smart ( home-made side clamp)

Pic#3.The Dead Wood Concept.
FASTER, SAFER and SMARTER than pushing the wood against blades and spinning knifes.
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Old 10-20-2009, 09:57 PM
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few more views of the setup.
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Old 10-20-2009, 10:04 PM
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Few more to get a better idea.
IT WAS EZ.
Or we can use a tablesaw with a sled and our weekend to make few legs.
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Old 10-20-2009, 10:57 PM
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Gang routing like that is a great time saver and I've never found a solution that compares to the EZ SRK.


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Old 10-21-2009, 09:53 PM
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Gang routing like that is a great time saver and I've never found a solution that compares to the EZ SRK.


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Burt,
Today we tried the digital SSRK.
Who needs CNC's?
life is much easier now.
We're testing a digital story stick and the results are awesome EZ.
The closest that we can come to a custom CNC $100.000.00
I set the SSRK for routing and saved all the settings, like a CNC.
Now, we can set any job ( after the initial setting) withing 5 sec's.
Imagine 3 routers and a saw working together.

The dado is 3/4" wide x 1/2" deep. A typical dado groove.

First router removes 1/4" wide x 1/4" deep. Very easy.

Second router removes 3/8" wide x 1/2" deep.
(Actually the second router removes only 1/8" of materials x 1/4" deep)

Third router removes 3/4" wide x 1/2" deep.
In reality the last router removes only 1/8" x 1/8" materials.

Not even possible with any tool that I know of.

Wait, we have more.
The CS follows the router and make the final cut. ( with another digital story stick and with no fence to set and reset.

But wait again.
We flip the strip and we cross rout the other side of the strip.
followed by a saw to cross cut to side.
The, (But wait again) step is done on the same table in an extended module.

I think, the time has come for ez to save many small US shops and small industries. With a nice ez setup, even a labor free product can't compete with an ez made product.
Good for all of us.
More jobs for our economy and less wasted money in waste.
I'm sure that the labors in some overseas countries can do something else.

We're opening up ez shops ( small factories) in EU ( almost ready)
and next week we're making a deal for Brazil.
Now, this is EZ.
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Old 10-21-2009, 10:48 PM
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Dino,

This seems to all be happening so fast. We find ourselves choosing from multiple solutions to difficult problems that a few months ago had no solution. Solutions we are finding to older problems are opening entirely new worlds for us.

Life is good!


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Old 10-21-2009, 11:15 PM
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Dino,

This seems to all be happening so fast. We find ourselves choosing from multiple solutions to difficult problems that a few months ago had no solution. Solutions we are finding to older problems are opening entirely new worlds for us.

Life is good!


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Burt,
Best decision I made, ( and you) is to get rid of the dangerous and outdated tools. Then, the choice was EZ and not by choice anymore.
It was a risk but the Dead Wood Concept makes sense.
Why not working like a machinist with an ez twist?
Why not try it?
Now, watch for ALL my non ez tools in Ebay.
Gang routing? Why not gang drilling now?
If we can make turns around Saturn,
we cam make few holes in a piece of plastic ...EZ.
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