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Old 09-09-2008, 10:08 PM
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Which was the guide rail that could bend in curves? Was that the Hilti? Cool idea. I wonder if anyone ever used it? I don't think I'd find much use for it...
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Which was the guide rail that could bend in curves? Was that the Hilti? Cool idea. I wonder if anyone ever used it? I don't think I'd find much use for it...
It doesn't so much curve as roll up, so it can be stowed in a Systainer. It's from Mafell.



And how about this motorized guide rail? UL anyone?



Also, how about this saw?

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That motorized guide rail is just waiting for a horror flick. Or a Bond movie!

Does it accept routers?
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That motorized guide rail is just waiting for a horror flick. Or a Bond movie!

Does it accept routers?
I don't like how those 2 sentences work together. Do you have some evil plot involving a router?
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Bwaa haa haaaaa!
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I don't like how those 2 sentences work together. Do you have some evil plot involving a router?
A plunge router!
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Old 09-10-2008, 03:58 AM
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I'm hearing the Psycho theme there - rrin rrrin rrrrrin rrrrin!
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What gaps?
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What gaps?
I think this says it all!

Oh, I forgot that it was Chris that was pointing out the gap in the back, not you. I think we better gang up on him pretty soon and give him a taste of his own medicine.


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Rick,

That insert has a huge gap at the rear. Couldn't you do better than that? I made my insert this weekend, and while made out of Russian Birch Ply, I only spent about 20 minutes hogging it out, but at least I took into account the area at the rear of the saw. I'll send you a picture later tonight. My saw is setup at a job now and I'm home for lunch.
For some reason, when I read this, I thought it was Eiji. Now that I know better, I have to ask: If it takes you 20 minutes to hog out some crappy baltic birch, just how long does it take you to do real woodworking?

Yeah, I'll be waiting to see the picture, but if speed is your forte, I won't expect to see it for at least a week.
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