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Old 09-03-2016, 11:52 PM
bigkahunaww bigkahunaww is offline
 
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Default Cabinet maker/carpenter needs advice on what to buy

Hello all"......
I am a cabinet maker and carpenter. I mainly do cabinets, built-ins and closet systems.
I have a four ft by eight ft bench set up by my roll up door. I use it to breakdown full sheets of plywood. I currently am using a Festool t55 and track.

I would like to get a system that I can break down full panels but also cut dados and rabbits.

So I am thinking about the 54" saw system and the ezsmart router add on. Then build up the system with maybe a bridge, etc.

I have a Grizzly slider that I love, and it gets the majority of use in my shop.
But it will not rip a full sheet, and trying to crosscut a full sheet is very awkward and some what dangerous.
So that's why I break down full sheets with the Festool.

So is this the best way to start out ?? And is buying from Eureka Zone the best place to purchase from ??
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Old 09-04-2016, 10:43 AM
Burt Burt is offline
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When I was running a cabinet shop, I used the UEG and cabinet maker to break down sheet goods. I found the system to be faster easier work than using an unisaw.

As for dados I found the SRK to be the best solution. It was quick, easy and very accurate.

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