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Old 10-17-2009, 12:36 AM
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Lightbulb The SSRK. The Super Solution.

Hi guys.
The new Super SRk is really a Super tool system.



After this pictures....
thanks.
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Old 10-17-2009, 12:46 AM
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We already know about the multiple routers setup for our production.
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Old 10-17-2009, 01:33 AM
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Default And a safety reminder.

Some times, I use the wrong lever and push the wrong buttons.
Don't ask me why, I just do it.
Few months ago, I put my finger under a 20 ton air press.
Today, I tried to move the wood under the guide while the planer was spinning.
Nothing major but yes. Ez Smart isn't idiot proof.

Good time to come up with some new-old inventions where me or others like me
don't have to put their hands under the track while the other hand is pressing the trigger of the tool.

There is no excuses for my nonsense weekly accidents and I'm afraid that my coordination
is way off after my car accident few years back.

yes, I know Romeo. You don't have to remind me with your sorry look ...
I love that Dog. Yes. More than Ez and even my Fiat.
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Old 10-17-2009, 02:06 AM
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Well, you just ruined your safety record, and proved something I said a LONG time ago. You can't have a fool proof tool when a human is using it. I was always worried when you were holding up the rail, with a board clamped in and sawing that you would trip over something and do the damage.


This also begs the question, what meds you were on when this happened? Any warnings NOT to operate machinery, etc?


EZ is MUCH safer, yes, but only as safe as the operator, the weak link in the chain.

Get better my friend, I don't want you killing yourself!
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Old 10-17-2009, 02:17 AM
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Randal,
This is why we're coming up with some new anti-dump tools.
The tools Randal. My finger was only a reminder.

The guided planer can save thousands of fingers every year
and the new guided SRK SAW solves the problem with SLR and cut long boards.
Even longer than the guide rails by repositioning the wood.
Double the capacity of the depth capacity by flipping the wood.

Forget my finger. It was only a small scratch.

Meds? What is that?
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Old 10-17-2009, 02:31 AM
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Dino

I like it how do I order with the planer attachment.

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Old 10-17-2009, 10:37 AM
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Dino

I like it how do I order with the planer attachment.

Frank
Hi Frank.
Your wish is granted by ez now.
Do you have a planer?
I'm thinking to supply the Bosch planers ez-ready to make it
one stop shopping and save on double shipping.
The Bosch planer is the easiest to modify and I can get them from my local
Bosch-Skill ( same company) outlet- service center in my way to work.
Together with their other tools, planers, reciprocating saws, circular saws and routers, we can have a nice ez ready power tool line.

The planer connection is made for the Bosch planer only.
Others can be done, but is going to be a logistical nightmare for us to make
adapters for all makes.

thanks.
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Old 10-17-2009, 10:55 AM
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Hi Dino
Have the Bosch planer brought it last year seeing you had it
adapted to the SRK never got around to it now I have my PB
the time is now.

Thanks Frank
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Old 10-17-2009, 11:09 AM
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Randal,

The guided planer can save thousands of fingers every year
and the new guided SRK SAW solves the problem with SLR and cut long boards.
Even longer than the guide rails by repositioning the wood.
Double the capacity of the depth capacity by flipping the wood.

Meds? What is that?
Meds is medicine, or specifically in your case with bad back, high dose pain killers.
I would love to see your SRK saw. I think you have pretty well beaten edge jointing, I wonder about face jointing before the planer (one side flat)? (for now s2s boards, but eventually )

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Hi Frank.
Your wish is granted by ez now.
Do you have a planer?
I'm thinking to supply the Bosch planers ez-ready to make it
one stop shopping and save on double shipping.
The Bosch planer is the easiest to modify and I can get them from my local
Bosch-Skill ( same company) outlet- service center in my way to work.
Together with their other tools, planers, reciprocating saws, circular saws and routers, we can have a nice ez ready power tool line.

The planer connection is made for the Bosch planer only.
Others can be done, but is going to be a logistical nightmare for us to make
adapters for all makes.

thanks.
Could you (for future reference here) please list the models/model of the Bosch planer(s) and any others (I believe you once did the Worx), that you like/use? (Sawmill reference for it is gone)

Thanks and QUIT scratching yourself!
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Old 10-17-2009, 02:16 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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