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 About The Philosophy that's Revolutionizing The Industry!

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How much safer/easier are you working using The Deadwood Concept and Eurekazone's Tools
I find it much easier using Eurekazone's tools
39%
 39% [ 12 ]
I save time and money on all my projects
23%
 23% [ 7 ]
I feel safer cutting wood now with my guide
38%
 38% [ 12 ]
Total Votes : 31
 

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Burt



Posts : 86
Join date : 2008-06-23
Age : 71
Location : Sumter, SC

PostSubject: Re: About The Philosophy that's Revolutionizing The Industry!   July 2nd 2008, 10:33 pm

I had to check all three of those.

For a lot of the cutting functions, I find that the EZ is quicker - Especially when I can gang cut several pieces at one time.

As for the easier, anytime I can lay a piece of plywood on a table and remove cabinet parts, that beats the heck out of pushing that board across the table time after time.

Safer: I can finally cut those small pieces in total comfort. Those thin strips are now a joy to cut. I've been fortunate that I haven't lost or shortened any of my fingers. But at the same time, I have to admit that 5 of my fingers and both of my thumbs have experience with a table saw blade.

In my opinion, the EZ is God's gift to woodworkers.


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Dale Sudhoff



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Join date : 2008-07-01
Age : 59
Location : lynchburg, sc

PostSubject: Re: About The Philosophy that's Revolutionizing The Industry!   July 2nd 2008, 11:27 pm

Burt wrote:
I had to check all three of those.

For a lot of the cutting functions, I find that the EZ is quicker - Especially when I can gang cut several pieces at one time.

As for the easier, anytime I can lay a piece of plywood on a table and remove cabinet parts, that beats the heck out of pushing that board across the table time after time.

Safer: I can finally cut those small pieces in total comfort. Those thin strips are now a joy to cut. I've been fortunate that I haven't lost or shortened any of my fingers. But at the same time, I have to admit that 5 of my fingers and both of my thumbs have experience with a table saw blade.

In my opinion, the EZ is God's gift to woodworkers.


Burt

I couldn't agree more with you. Though I haven't cut any of my fingers with the TS yet, I'm sure that at some point it will happen to all of us. You can easily get distracted in anything you do.

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