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Old 11-24-2017, 03:42 PM
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Dino, are the dogs 3/4 inch or 20 mm in diameter? Is the threaded insert for the dogs accessible from the top of the pyramid? The video may answer these questions, but my sound is on the blink right now. Thanks
Looks like they are 3-4" Tight.
They will work in the 20 mm...I think.
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Old 11-24-2017, 04:56 PM
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Dino,

Right two sets of four pyramids each with the misc. parts.
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Old 11-24-2017, 05:14 PM
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Dino, you're starting to do math like I do.......... I think KT's 3 sets should be (12), not (9)?
Rick


Rick, actually she asked for many-many more to build 2 -40 feet walls for a 4" high platform to store all her stuff....

are you happy now?
How about your numbers?
One set for free and ....how many u can use?
Imagine assembling cabinets with 8 pyramids and few screws?
Or use then in a 1000 ways that we can't wait to see your uses?

Let me see if you do the math the way I do mine.
Dino, I'm honored at your offer, Sir. Unfortunately, you got me at the worst time ever: I just sold my house and need to vacate asap; I'm not even sure I'll be able to do any carpentry once I move. bummer. I'm afraid, if you sent me the pyramids, I wouldn't be in a position to use them. They look like a very well thought out carpenter's helper!! I love it when you come up with this stuff- gets my creative brain cells sparking!!
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Old 11-25-2017, 01:49 PM
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Dino, I'm honored at your offer, Sir. Unfortunately, you got me at the worst time ever: I just sold my house and need to vacate asap; I'm not even sure I'll be able to do any carpentry once I move. bummer. I'm afraid, if you sent me the pyramids, I wouldn't be in a position to use them. They look like a very well thought out carpenter's helper!! I love it when you come up with this stuff- gets my creative brain cells sparking!!
Thanks, tho,
Rick
Rick.
You gain the statue of the EZ GURU.
Your posts kept the forum alive while I was sick.
Like Burt, Dick, Joe, Phil, the ez thief, and many ez guys.
You will do carpentry and if you like...
come to ez for full time playing around and getting pay the same time.

I like to have one week-end where we can all brainstorm the next big move.
that is the Ez HYBRID system/method that was started by Burt in a way.
Don't sell any of your ez tools.
They will work like a tablesaw, routing table, planer, joiner and more.
It's so easy we can't even see it.
Started with one of Burt's ideas and finished by KT and Christo.
Th first test made me wonder ....why I don't see it before?


Even the Pyramids will do a major part keeping
the cost at min. ( the ez promise)

Have fun moving and keep in touch.
thanks Rick.
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Old 11-25-2017, 02:16 PM
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Okay Dino, I've thought about it and I guess 2 sets should let me look into what all they can do and how to best use them.
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Old 11-25-2017, 03:31 PM
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Okay Dino, I've thought about it and I guess 2 sets should let me look into what all they can do and how to best use them.
thanks Dik.

I was trying to go over the possible uses....
I started to remove one or even two top sections....
only to make the task of finding uses... double.
I'm done with it.
Please, take it over from here by removing areas and even cut them in half.
The plastic is super strong and the ribs are in the right place...
even guiding the screws straight and at the right place.

A Big Thanks to Joe for all his help and input.


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Old 11-25-2017, 03:42 PM
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one set for me please
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Old 11-25-2017, 05:56 PM
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one set for me please
Set as a pallet set?
Another use. make your own custom size pallet.


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Old 11-25-2017, 09:43 PM
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not sure how to order a set but I want one

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Old 11-26-2017, 12:11 AM
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Dino - these look very usefull. I'll take two sets.

I have a mobile project center table that I use all the time - it has dog holes molded in the top. Unfortunately it's made by a company I now hate since they tried to rip off your cutting system.

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