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Old 10-17-2009, 02:42 PM
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Dino,

How does that Big Makita work out with the SSRK? That would appear to be one super setup.



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Burt, This one has no limits.
I use the 10-1/4" makita with no problemos.
I see no reason for a problem even with a chain saw for milling logs.
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Old 10-17-2009, 05:08 PM
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Dino,

The more I look at this SSRK the more I healize that your title of "The Super Solution" is very appropriate. I think you are going to be surprised to see all the uses we find for this one. We may need to design a special table just to take advantage of all the possibilities.



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Old 10-17-2009, 06:48 PM
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Dino,

The more I look at this SSRK the more I healize that your title of "The Super Solution" is very appropriate. I think you are going to be surprised to see all the uses we find for this one. We may need to design a special table just to take advantage of all the possibilities.



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Burt,
I just put 3 connectors through a table and secure the rail.
The only thing we need to make is a sacrificial top, ( smart table type?)
because we don't want to use a very long fence or cut the tabletop in many places.
The idea is to eliminate the fence and use a stop instead.
I use some scraps from 1/4" plastic.
Screwd to the table and aligned to the track with the SRK.
ZERO STOP.
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Old 10-17-2009, 08:17 PM
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Burt,
I just put 3 connectors through a table and secure the rail.
The only thing we need to make is a sacrificial top, ( smart table type?)
because we don't want to use a very long fence or cut the tabletop in many places.
The idea is to eliminate the fence and use a stop instead.
I use some scraps from 1/4" plastic.
Screwd to the table and aligned to the track with the SRK.
ZERO STOP.
I was also wondering about the sacrificial top. I have just the top track mounted on a table top. That works great with the SRK.

As an alternative for the entire sacrificial top. I have put in sacrificial strips in the top so only a 5 or 6" strip needs to be replaced. If we can confine cutting to one location, I prefer this option.


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Old 10-17-2009, 09:33 PM
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I was also wondering about the sacrificial top. I have just the top track mounted on a table top. That works great with the SRK.

As an alternative for the entire sacrificial top. I have put in sacrificial strips in the top so only a 5 or 6" strip needs to be replaced. If we can confine cutting to one location, I prefer this option.


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Burt,
With the Bridge, the one cutting line is perfect.
With the SRK/saw setup, is much easier to set the distance.
I use a fractional caliper at the sliding arm and the setup was quick and exact.
Remember that you're cutting against a perfectly aligned fence that stays put and perfect forever. ( A scrap piece of wood, plastic or aluminum
screwed to he top and aligned with the srk.

http://www.youtube.com/eurekazone#p/u/31/uRuwIqjh00I

After trimming the stationary fence, repeat dados and cuts with the
SRK/SAW are always perfect. ( As long as you apply some side pressure)

The ideal setup?
I will make one next week.
Using the new Super SME/BTB extrusion we can make the frame of the table.
Screw the rail or use connectors and slide the rail to the top.
Screw and align/trim your fence.

Now you can install some SME's lower that the top surface in order to be able to use 1x3's with the PBB to STK kit.
Some of the SME's can be used for sliding featherboards or sliding clamps to apply side pressure. You want to use side clamping and stay 1/4" above the top. This way, the clamps are out of the way.
One wa y is to utilize the side tracks of the SME's.
The other is to use the Ez connectors with a 1/4" spring loaded block.
Same clamping is good for the PBB to.
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Old 10-18-2009, 01:24 AM
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Dino,

Is the SSRK for sale on EZ? I don't see it listed on the EZ website.

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Old 10-18-2009, 10:56 AM
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I am interested in SSRK since reciently upgrading to the Bosch for edge planing using SRK. The added weight imposed by the Bosch planer did see to stress the SRK however the end resut was a very effective method to edge plan long stock.

I would like to see more information on how to adapt the SSRK for attachement to Router as you only show a setup with multiple routers. Does the SSRK come with all of the components you show? Perhaps you should list items included in SSRK assembly.
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Old 10-18-2009, 12:46 PM
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Where can we buy the SSRK .... want to take advantage of the "one week only" pricing.
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Old 10-18-2009, 02:47 PM
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H Guys.
Just send an email to ezsmart@gmail.com
mention the Forum intro price for the SSRK or Mitering square or both.
The intro prices: $125.00 for the SSRK plus $100.00 4shipping (just kidding)
$40.00 for the mitering square plus$100.00 4shipping (same here)

total for both intro's $ 175.00 including shipping.


Prices to go up next Monday, $195.00 for the SSRK
and about $70.00 for the mitering square.

exact prices to be set after we know all our production costs.


thanks again.
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Old 10-19-2009, 07:00 AM
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I am interested in SSRK since reciently upgrading to the Bosch for edge planing using SRK. The added weight imposed by the Bosch planer did see to stress the SRK however the end resut was a very effective method to edge plan long stock.

I would like to see more information on how to adapt the SSRK for attachement to Router as you only show a setup with multiple routers. Does the SSRK come with all of the components you show? Perhaps you should list items included in SSRK assembly.
Thanks apodsimmm? where that name come from?
The srk was fine for edge planing with some practice.
This one removes the nonsayers on us.
I will list all the details today. Part by part.
The SSRK is very modular and adaptable.
Staying with all ez components pays at the end.
Better for us and the end users. ( us again)
I like the direction and the fact that we're starting to trust and not letting
ez to rust with our Super knowall ego's.

In Greek you say it: EGO. same thing.
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