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Old 04-20-2016, 02:06 AM
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I finally did drill the hole and adjusted blade to 90 degrees to the new face plate. Now it is just a matter of my technique. I did sand the bump very carefully and the saw rides the track very nice. It is now just a matter of applying pressure carefully so as not to flex the 5008 height adjustment mechanism.
tracks are strong enough to keep your cut square.
even if your wood is not flat on many cases. ( apply more clamping pressure.)
ac-2 was designed to work with all saws.
From 6" to 16". For heavy saws you remove less area from the hump only.

Do few test cuts and gain the ez confidence.
Just Push without any worries and try not to stop and start.
what we need is a good step by step videos done by me
and other ez guys that know the system.

thanks.
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Old 04-20-2016, 12:49 PM
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Default the written instructions lack clarity

they are written by those who are very familiar with the process and their brains tend to leave out some of the important nuances that they know instinctively but are unknown by us new guys. The printing is very poor and old eyes have a hard time seeing exactly what they are trying to illustrate in the drawings especially as regards the sanding of some of the surfaces of the hump. As an example nothing was said in my instructions about heavy vs light saws. Since we as consumers do not know what we don't know we should not have to search the thousands of posts on this forum on the off chance there may be additional nuances that were not mentioned in the instructions. Examples of this can be found in several of the instructions for EZ products. More carefully written instructions would save you folks some grief and bad customer experiences.

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Old 04-20-2016, 02:07 PM
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Hi Dino
Nice to hear from you. Sorry to hear about your health issues, hope all is well now.


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Use the fence on front of the materials.
Use the 6 way stops if needed. Only 1 is fine.
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Hi guys.
health issues and more kept me away from posting.
Things look better now. Thanks to all of you and the EZ partners...ez is alive.

thanks.


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Old 04-20-2016, 05:27 PM
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Default my sentiments as well

Hope Dino you are doing better. We are lucky to have the designer interacting with customers on this forum. Thank you.
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