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Old 04-26-2018, 01:05 PM
Dino Dino is offline
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Originally Posted by tofu View Post
How does the new "side handle" bridge work? Does it no longer mount from the front and back? Meaning wood can be slid under it parallel for unlimited rip length?

Only a modified handle to allow use from the side of the table.
and from the back. Something that can easily be done by anyone.

WE like to finish the ez-one as much possible and better-complete
without forcing our loyal customers to spend twice.
After we finish all upgrades that are always backwards comparable..
we will end -up with a complete and almost a new system without
major expenses......remember the ez promise.

About unlimited length ripping on the ez-one...This is done long ago
and I even asked for validation and advice from 3 ez gurus.
Dik can attest to that...Yes. I still ask the ez gurus for help.
The design is done, testing is done...backwards comparable done.
waiting for insurance and OSHA review -compliance....

Until then, the UEG with the right support ( the most important )
can handle all ripping. Actually the UEG works with the tracks.
There is a channel on the brackets that the UEG is guided by a track
or a T-Track. or a strip of wood-plastic-aluminum.

ycf dino
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Old 04-26-2018, 03:33 PM
tofu tofu is offline
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Thank you for the detailed reply. I'm very excited about unlimited rips with the new ueg and/or bridge redesign.

Unlimited rips means I can have an even smaller cutting table. Essential for people working in a very small room.

I know it can already be done with current ez tools, but your redesign sounds a lot more "ez"


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