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Old 11-21-2018, 06:18 PM
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Dino,

So before I spend any more on EZ product, a straight question: Dino what is going on? Please be straight and without any of your classic, cryptic and intentionally vague answers. Please let us know what the situation is rather than how you think or want it to be in the future. Please no more excuses.

I apologize to everyone for venting, I very rarely post, but my frustration is getting the best of me due to what I see as a great lost opportunity.

Thanks,
Long time customer & user
Thanks and welcome.
The straight answer is that I cannot guarantee that my answer will be
straight in the future. I can only guarantee one thing.
EZ is not going to let down anyone and at anytime in the future.

We did have many supply issues with lost tooling and 6 months lead time.
The Brackets was done long ago.
Some testing that you can see on the pictures showed a crack.
Look at the pictures closer and you will see it.
Continue testing show more faults and the whole project was put aside.

I agree with you on all "issues" and the only thing and straight answer
that I can provide today is:
Thanks for your support.
You will not be screwed, forgotten or stuck with a "dead" company.
Ez is not going under.

About the UEG's that you have.
Check the holes to see if the screws have any play?
Use a size larger screws and nuts?
Re-Enforce the corners with brackets?
I really don't understand why you have any issue with the UEG.

thanks again.
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Old 11-21-2018, 07:41 PM
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Wow, so based on information from you we've been waiting for new UEG brackets that would hopefully make the tool better, now after a year of people asking about updates on the brackets without any meaningful response you're now saying that the whole project was put aside. Unbelievable. Just another EZ promise that goes nowhere, how is that not letting your customers down?




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Thanks and welcome.
The straight answer is that I cannot guarantee that my answer will be
straight in the future. I can only guarantee one thing.
EZ is not going to let down anyone and at anytime in the future.

We did have many supply issues with lost tooling and 6 months lead time.
The Brackets was done long ago.
Some testing that you can see on the pictures showed a crack.
Look at the pictures closer and you will see it.
Continue testing show more faults and the whole project was put aside.

I agree with you on all "issues" and the only thing and straight answer
that I can provide today is:
Thanks for your support.
You will not be screwed, forgotten or stuck with a "dead" company.
Ez is not going under.

About the UEG's that you have.
Check the holes to see if the screws have any play?
Use a size larger screws and nuts?
Re-Enforce the corners with brackets?
I really don't understand why you have any issue with the UEG.

thanks again.
ycf dino
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Old 11-21-2018, 08:00 PM
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Sean,
My fault...I should have say ...delayed.
You want a straight answer?
Designs change every day and now is on hold and delayed.

edit to add...
during the delay, mistakes and other issues....
the UEG received a huge update and many design changes.
Same with all ez-tools. Old and the one's on testing...
with the goal to be the LAST tools in my lifetime and to combine the tracksaws with traditional machinery.
This is a big undertake and as soon as we make them backwards comparable.....I know that I will take some heat.
At the end all the issues that we had to deal with...they will start the sparks that EZ needs to deliver as promised.
Unlimited ripping and safer than any tablesaw can be done in any ez-table...old and new.
The UEG will become any tool that the user without a second mortgage. ( The spider Saw)

I suggest to inform me with any issue that any user may have.
Most times the FIX is very easy and the ez extrusions are designed to accept any modification and fix that you may need.

thanks again
dino




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Old 11-22-2018, 01:51 PM
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Putting a bridge or EZ1 style top on a folding miter stand... Maybe I'm just out of touch, but that's one of the most interesting ideas I've seen on the forum in a while. I'd love to see a picture.

I, too, am more than ready to see some products but I also understand the gap between prototype to production can kill a great concept.

It's important to remember this forum is a sounding board and recognize desires and goals from achievement. So, I'm willing to give EZ some slack here but they can only tantalize us so long before they have to deliver.
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Old 11-23-2018, 11:35 AM
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Putting a bridge or EZ1 style top on a folding miter stand... Maybe I'm just out of touch, but that's one of the most interesting ideas I've seen on the forum in a while. I'd love to see a picture.

I, too, am more than ready to see some products but I also understand the gap between prototype to production can kill a great concept.

It's important to remember this forum is a sounding board and recognize desires and goals from achievement. So, I'm willing to give EZ some slack here but they can only tantalize us so long before they have to deliver.
Try the ez wiki and the old forum.
I will find and post the links...later.
There you will find that at the start of the powerbenchs and the DWC in general
we have many adaptations and many ez guys made powerbenches in
just about anything that you can imagine.

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Old 11-23-2018, 11:14 PM
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Old 11-25-2018, 11:17 PM
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Thanks for the link. Looks like I have some catch up reading to do.
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