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Old 04-20-2016, 08:19 PM
tomp913 tomp913 is offline
 
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Here are the photos that I promised of the longer square that I had EZ make for me, as well as a couple showing using my fixture to square up the track.

My intent was to have the square capable of repeatedly cutting off base cabinet sides at 34-1/2" - looks like it will cut 47-3/4" using the stop - EZ probably used a 4' length of extrusion to make it. You can see the comparison between it and the standard EZ square, which I still use if I'm cutting random lengths as it's a little more manageable in my smallish shop.

Setting/checking the square is just a matter of pushing the square against the plywood edge, pushing the track until it touches the aluminum strip and then reaching underneath and tightening the two knobs.

Tom
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