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Old 12-15-2018, 09:30 AM
JamesMac JamesMac is offline
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Those are pricey and gorgeous.....

hopefully they will make the next batch to register off of the center rib of all of my EZ track.

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Old 12-15-2018, 05:30 PM
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Originally Posted by tomp913 View Post

I still think that the UEG, with some modifications, is the better system for breaking a plywood sheet down, ripping to width first before cross-cutting, but there are cases where it's more advantageous to cross-cut first and then rip to width,.

As an aside, I've never run across a sheet of plywood where the edge was too damaged to make the first cut with the UEG, .
tomp....even on the cross cuts.
use any straight edge to Bring the UEG range in the cutting area.
The Antichip inserts are best on the cross cuts.

I just don't see a need for:
Tracks, connectors, measuring and aligning with parallel guides, repeaters...
Then deal with the aftermath of chipping.
So far, Only few 2 tracksaws that I know have copied the AC-2.
Use the AC-1 that works for right and left CS's.

If the AC-1 goes bad ( after years?) or you have a very expensive plywood to cross the insert with any tape.
Instead taping the entire panel, tape the insert. EZ?
The more down pressure... the cleanest the cut.

We are working to find other ways for the brackets.
We may have the answer next week.

there is no reason to have any issues with the UEG.
at least...not fixable issues even with the very first UEG.
we have the dual arms, the cleanest cut possible and the Fin.
If the Fin don't work perfectly...widen the base and move the Fin by 1/64"?
Again. No harm done.
ycf dino
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