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 Shame on you Dino

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Randal



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Join date : 2008-07-01

PostSubject: Shame on you Dino   April 5th 2009, 12:51 am

Since I have been working on lawn projects, and extra work, I haven't got to play. I keep wanting to build your RAS table, and keep wondering about using the rails I have (and finding a way to make them removable), or getting some more rails (and what size).

There is at least one item that I would like, so I went back to watch your RAS video's. I finally noticed it! Your mistake (and how your RAS doesn't comply with the Deadwood concept). On the saw your using, you have NOT either made the custom base appropriately, or forgot to finish it. Your blade gaurd doesn't come down on it. It's no wonder it has been bugging me for months, that something was wrong.

Please correct your saw Dino. You had your hands close to the blade, and even though it has a brake, you would be telling us to do the same. Exclamation Very Happy
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DinoTheCarpenter



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Join date : 2008-06-16
Location : Edison NJ

PostSubject: Re: Shame on you Dino   April 5th 2009, 4:40 am

Randal wrote:

There is at least one item that I would like, so I went back to watch your RAS video's. I finally noticed it! Your mistake (and how your RAS doesn't comply with the Deadwood concept). On the saw your using, you have NOT either made the custom base appropriately, or forgot to finish it. Your blade gaurd doesn't come down on it. It's no wonder it has been bugging me for months, that something was wrong.

Please correct your saw Dino. You had your hands close to the blade, and even though it has a brake, you would be telling us to do the same. Exclamation Very Happy

Randal,
The base is fine and the guard comes down IF the saw comes off the rail.
We use the Cross cutter every day.
There is no way for the saw to jump off the rails ( Except if you use a Plunge saw)
and IF the saw comes off the rail, the guard comes down.
The only way to have a kickback on the ez rails with any regular saw is to start your saw with the blade touching the wood.
This is why I always pull the saw back before I start the saw.

back to sleep.
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Randal



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PostSubject: Re: Shame on you Dino   April 7th 2009, 12:29 am

Sorry Dino. I really got to quit working these long days. I can't think straight right now.
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