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Old 11-28-2017, 04:20 PM
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Thumbs up something adjustable (new-ueg)

hi guys.
this one is made to solve any issues and easier to use with multiple tools.

the first pictures...
sorry...next post. I'm afraid to delete the first one.

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Old 11-28-2017, 05:34 PM
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maybe this set is better?

#1, everything is adjustable to use different tools and the same time you don't have the 2 parallel t-tracks in the same format.
You will find many adaptations and easier to use and control UEG
Router bases will be offered and even Jig Saw bases, drills and who knows what else?

If your panel is close to the wall and is less that 24" ...You adjust the parallel T-Tracks and noe you can cut at any place any size materials.
If you like to use two routers or any combo...all yours.
With no tooling and holes to drill the new UEG can become the best drywall cutter and many more.

Even if this is not the final version...
few things that make the tool easier to make...
No more drilling the extrusions. No mistakes.
the blade Zero adjustments are perfect due to extendability of the arms.
The FIT of the base ( this one and another version) will be perfect...again due to adjustable arms.
Even if the silk screener or the laser engraver made a mistake +-1/32"
The whole thing was designed to min. labors and allows to compete with the ez copy-cats.
Few more things will become clear after use and keeping the Ez promise...
the Old UEG's will be able to upgrade to the new version with only the 2 new brackets.

tx


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Old 11-28-2017, 07:40 PM
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Simple Elegance! Genius on display.....

Can you give us any idea of when the new UEG will be available, or when we can purchase the brackets to upgrade our existing UEG's?

This looks like this is going to be great and solve any potential issues while expanding possible uses.

Looks like it will be worth the wait. great job!
Jim
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Old 11-28-2017, 07:44 PM
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Forgot to ask..... what material will the new brackets be made of?

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Old 11-28-2017, 08:03 PM
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Forgot to ask..... what material will the new brackets be made of?

thanks,
Jim
Hi Jim.
ABS.
I hope by Fed to have all the pieces ready.
like the small details and better printing to few more bases...
I will post them on the site for pre-order and the parts available for upgrades.
tx
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Old 11-28-2017, 08:11 PM
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Default I want one!

Dino:
Can I get one of the new style? Looks like a great improvement.
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Old 02-28-2018, 04:09 PM
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Hi Jim.
ABS.
I hope by Fed to have all the pieces ready.
like the small details and better printing to few more bases...
I will post them on the site for pre-order and the parts available for upgrades.
tx
d
Any word on the availability of the brackets for the UEG? I've made a couple of changes/improvements(?) and hoping to have the brackets so that I can test the "final" version.

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Old 11-29-2017, 11:49 AM
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Very nice improvements Dino. Definitely better than me flipping mine over and setting depth with a yoyo. Not good for your pocket book but since I bought the UEG and use it in combo with the square and long rail I no longer needed my EZ-One.

I also dedicated my 6-1/2" Makita 18V cordless saw to the UEG. I like cordless so much I also have both right and left bladed Makita X2 (36V) 7-1/4" circular saws.

Mike
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Old 11-29-2017, 12:13 PM
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Very nice improvements Dino. Definitely better than me flipping mine over and setting depth with a yoyo. Not good for your pocket book but since I bought the UEG and use it in combo with the square and long rail I no longer needed my EZ-One.

I also dedicated my 6-1/2" Makita 18V cordless saw to the UEG. I like cordless so much I also have both right and left bladed Makita X2 (36V) 7-1/4" circular saws.

Mike
Mike,
Our goal here is to follow the ez Promise even if is not good for the bottom line. I believe that making affordable and better tools ...people will be
safer and at the end things will be better for our bottom and top line.
thanks Mike.

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Old 12-02-2017, 11:22 AM
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Dino,

This may be the wrong place to ask this question as it is a little off of the main subject here of the adjustable UEG.

Previous threads discussed mounting miter guages and making jigs in which to assist the EZ 1 in becoming a contender with miter saws. I have a SCMS Milwaukee that I love, but would also love to part with it as it is a space hog in my garage.

With changes "in the wind" are you guys seriously looking at offering some new options that would allow EZ 1 to compete with a dedicated miter saw? If not I will need to invest in a high quality miter guage and mounting it to some sort of jig. Please help me to avoid all of that and come out with some killer application to put this issue to bed!

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Jim
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