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Old 01-12-2018, 01:27 AM
BluegrassBrian BluegrassBrian is offline
 
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Hi Dino, my New Year's wish is to get to finally work with the track saw system and cabinet maker set I ordered back in mid December. I ordered the 108" track saw system via Rockler.com in mid-December, but a couple weeks later received the email that it wouldn't ship until mid Feb. The web site here says it is out of stock. However:
The 54" track system with universal base plate is in stock.
A 54" track piece is in stock.
Connecter rails are in stock.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but are the three things listed above what comes with a 108" track saw system? If that is correct, then why can't those be sent to me to complete my order? I was so excited when I placed this order and now I'm kind of disappointed with how this has been handled when I can clearly see that what I ordered is in stock, just in separate pieces.
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Old 01-12-2018, 02:27 PM
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Hi Guys.
If you wish a super special from ez....
what's in your wish list?

That will help us to do the next ez special ...
another limited production run.

We will follow your wishes by priority.
Even if we don't have the tool...we will make it ASAP.

Thanks again and happy new year.
Hi Dino, I would like to see a low profile, in-line clamp that could be used either with an attachable 3/4 inch dog or utilizing the connector for the clamping table, something a kin to the F****** clamp for the MFT. I have both dog holes and T-track in my PPB and could see this item being perfect for holding stock for routing or sanding. Thanks
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Old 01-24-2018, 10:37 PM
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A story stick would be nice.
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Old 02-09-2018, 11:57 AM
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Custom tool?


Adjustable cut line indicator. Must be reasonably cheap so we can buy multiples for different bevel angles.
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Old 02-09-2018, 12:37 PM
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Thanks guys.
amazing feedback and the good news is that we have amazing answers and solutions for almost all the above.

Again,
Thanks for all the ez input.
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Old 02-11-2018, 10:47 AM
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I think an extruded beam for supporting a bridge might be interesting. Some of the alignment issues could be mitigated.
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Old 02-17-2018, 05:29 PM
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Hi guys.
Both Bridges have merit.
the hinged one pushes the materials against the fences,
the first fence ls only for 4x8's and for limit stops in ripping.
you never use the first fence for cross cutting because the bridge pushes the wood away from the fence,

I know that the wrong way is shown in some videos...our fault.

The vertical ( Up and down) bridge is nice if you can keep the hinged bridge.
So...Time to work in dual mode.
use the hinge design to vertically lift and lower the bridge.
This way we can upgrade all the bridges instead having to buy the entire setup.

Time to eureka....I was working on this with a whole new bridge and is easy.
the trick is to upgrade the old one's.

keeping the ez promise.
thanks
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Old 02-18-2018, 12:36 AM
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A story stick would be nice
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Old 02-18-2018, 08:29 AM
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Hi guys.
Both Bridges have merit.
the hinged one pushes the materials against the fences,
the first fence ls only for 4x8's and for limit stops in ripping.
you never use the first fence for cross cutting because the bridge pushes the wood away from the fence,

I know that the wrong way is shown in some videos...our fault.

The vertical ( Up and down) bridge is nice if you can keep the hinged bridge.
So...Time to work in dual mode.
use the hinge design to vertically lift and lower the bridge.
This way we can upgrade all the bridges instead having to buy the entire setup.

Time to eureka....I was working on this with a whole new bridge and is easy.
the trick is to upgrade the old one's.

keeping the ez promise.
thanks
dino
Not quite understanding this, unless there was an older model that just went up and down - but I understand that the existing bridge (B300?) adjusts, within limits, for different thicknesses due to the pivoting action , and that greater adjustments can be made by sliding the UHMW brackets up and down using the slotted holes.
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Old 02-18-2018, 01:04 PM
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The first bridge B100 or B200, I don't remember which, went straight up/down.


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Not quite understanding this, unless there was an older model that just went up and down - but I understand that the existing bridge (B300?) adjusts, within limits, for different thicknesses due to the pivoting action , and that greater adjustments can be made by sliding the UHMW brackets up and down using the slotted holes.
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