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Old 12-24-2010, 03:11 AM
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Dino I am going to try to post some pictures of my simple pbb. I work out of a short van good for the mountains of nc so portability is a issue.It is built of plywood with a fence froma old miter saw and a parrallel fence with a piece of aluminum and 2 t slots. It also has a miter gauge from a old table saw.I use a old makita 10 inch circular saw that I have owned for years.Attachment 2649

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You just made my day..
Simple, compact and versa money maker.
thanks for posting the pic's.
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Old 12-24-2010, 06:43 AM
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Great portable PBB.

If we are giving NC relationships, I'm currently at my Mom's place in my birthplace, Gastonia, NC.
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Old 12-24-2010, 08:47 AM
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Dik that is where I bought my van. The long ford diesel van I had before was 3 turns on the wheel to one in my current van.I was wore out by the time I got to the job. Have a great weekend.
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Old 12-24-2010, 10:29 AM
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I know what you mean, my parents lived in Boone for 18 years, I loved driving up there except when I was driving a U-Haul truck moving them in and out...
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Dino I am going to try to post some pictures of my simple pbb. I work out of a short van good for the mountains of nc so portability is a issue.It is built of plywood with a fence froma old miter saw and a parrallel fence with a piece of aluminum and 2 t slots. It also has a miter gauge from a old table saw.I use a old makita 10 inch circular saw that I have owned for years.Attachment 2649

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The miter track to accept the miter gauge is a great idea, Has me thinking of mounting a Kreg miter guage I have to my EZ one

I think this post should be transferred to DIY PBB section and not buried in this thread.

Thank you for sharing

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Old 12-24-2010, 01:00 PM
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That is one of the best examples of recycling I have seen in a long time. Everything is useful and it is still easy to get to the job site.


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Old 12-24-2010, 02:58 PM
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See Dik is Tarheel comes up with alot of good ideas Too.
I love the Boone area. But driving a Truck? I don't think so, that would be woorse than driving a truck around Aspen or Loveland that was no fun!

Schultz more pictures!

Larry said "I think this post should be transferred to DIY PBB section and not buried in this thread." I agree.
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Old 12-24-2010, 03:21 PM
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See Dik is Tarheel comes up with alot of good ideas Too.
I love the Boone area. But driving a Truck? I don't think so, that would be woorse than driving a truck around Aspen or Loveland that was no fun!

Schultz more pictures!

Larry said "I think this post should be transferred to DIY PBB section and not buried in this thread." I agree.
Mel,

A guy like Schultz has my respect. He takes what a lot of people would refer to as junk and makes a nice tool out it.


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Old 12-24-2010, 04:55 PM
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Mel,

A guy like Schultz has my respect. He takes what a lot of people would refer to as junk and makes a nice tool out it.


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I couldn't agree more
(sorry I am new at non-verbal, non-visual communication I have only written MAYBE 20 letters in my life)
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Old 12-24-2010, 05:48 PM
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Mel,

A guy like Schultz has my respect. He takes what a lot of people would refer to as junk and makes a nice tool out it.


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Who? The EZ Schultz?
He's a PRO with no time to spare.
Like Adam Stone, You and many others.

his goal is portability with unlimited versatility and good results.
Smart because he always find another way to make ez stuff
and he trusts ez to deliver.

Long story but better said from the source and not me.
I like to see a new thread:
More pictures of his work and not just the ez tools.
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