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Old 12-19-2017, 12:01 PM
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Exclamation 20 Bridges....

Hi guys,

20 Bridges was ready to be shipped to a dealer...
Last minute changes left us with extra bridges.

I like to offer them to the forum members at wholesale pricing.
$165.00 including shipping.
with 2 - 12" sme's and hardware to make your own power bench.

New with lifetime guarantee.

http://www.eurekazone.com/product_p/ezt1300.htm
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Old 12-19-2017, 02:00 PM
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"The Bridges of Marion County" starring Dino!!

I recently purchased a pre-owned Bridge. The B300 Bridge is the key to track saw "nirvana!!" Make your own Power Bench!!!
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Old 12-19-2017, 06:30 PM
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"The Bridges of Marion County" starring Dino!!

I recently purchased a pre-owned Bridge. The B300 Bridge is the key to track saw "nirvana!!" Make your own Power Bench!!!
Ken,...think about it...
Why we build bridges?

Ez is getting ready for the final move.
The Bridging of tools and methods...
We did have a long delay because we had to make sure that any new ez tool
will work with any old ez tool and all other tools outhere.
Even with tools that are not invented yet.

One day tool designers and companies will start to make tools
that are ez ready. Until then....the track saw "nirvana" ( where you come up with this?) will use the time for a metamorposis...

Imagine a bridge on your tablesaw?
Any idea how many Jigs you can get rid off ???
how many books and digits?


enjoy your Bridge, It will always be comparable with all tools.
EZ or not. This is the eznext move.
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Old 12-19-2017, 07:36 PM
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I will take one bridge, thanks
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Old 12-20-2017, 12:50 PM
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I will take one bridge, thanks
Thanks Glenn.
here is the link.

One for miter/cross cut table. with 24" track.
one for SLR and cut to length boards. ( DIY table-any length)
One for your dimensional cutting of panels.

Now you have the ultimate shop that no money can buy...

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Old 12-20-2017, 10:33 PM
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Hi guys,

20 Bridges was ready to be shipped to a dealer...
Last minute changes left us with extra bridges.

I like to offer them to the forum members at wholesale pricing.
$165.00 including shipping.
with 2 - 12" sme's and hardware to make your own power bench.

we will post them on the site later today but you can always reserve your bridge here. New with lifetime guarantee.
Dino, what all hardware are you including with bridge? Thanks
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Old 12-20-2017, 11:13 PM
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Dino, as I try to order I see shipping charges being added?
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Old 12-21-2017, 09:30 AM
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Dino, as I try to order I see shipping charges being added?
I saw that.
Please, try again or we will refund the shipping.
My fault....

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Old 12-21-2017, 04:50 PM
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Can anyone post details of how to fasten the recommended SME to wood - for attaching the B300 Bridge?

What kind of hardware is typically used? I'm guessing pan head screws won't leave room for the B300 Bridge connectors to slide. If using flat head screws do they have to be countersunk so that the B300 Bridge connectors can slide through the SME? Is there enough aluminum thickness to do the countersinking?

Also, I'd like input into how high to place the top of the B300 Bridge's black plastic hinge bracket relative to the top of the power bench's (or EZ-One's squaring & sliding rails - the surface on which the wood will sit when cutting).

The EZ-One assembly video says to place it flush with the top of the end rail (which is some distance below the top of the squaring & sliding rails - I haven't measured that distance)). I made a note that Dik had recommended placing the top of the B300 Bridge bracket 3/4 inch below the top of the end rail to make it easier to lift the guide rail.

This B300 Bridge bracket height placement detail - for both a power bench surface and the EZ-One end rail - needs to be added to the B300 Bridge and the EZ-One instructions.

Ken
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Old 12-21-2017, 07:36 PM
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Ken,

The SME extrusion is 3/4" high, and the connector extrusion is about 11/32" so there should be enough room underneath the connector for a pan head screw.

The instructions for the B-300 show the top of the bracket flush with the top of the EZ-1 frame, but then shows a "work surface" on top. Assuming 3/4" material, I believe that the SME and bracket would be 3/4" below the top of your bench surface - this question has come up before, maybe a search in the Power Bench forum would confirm this.
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