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 My EZ-Uni

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Mike Goetzke



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Join date : 2008-07-01

PostSubject: My EZ-Uni   April 5th 2009, 7:01 pm

Thanks to Bart's recent post on his new benches it gave me an idea for an EZ-Way to incorporate a Powermatic TS fence on my PBB (it's a Biese clone). What was great is the flexibility of the EZ components. Another great tool that allowed me to do this without disturbing my bench was the Fein Multimaster - cut through the aluminum like butter (well almost). I only had to modify the SME on the front of my bench that the bridge fastens to. I also modified it in such a way to include a stop to prevent the left fence clamp bar from going under the blade. I originally thought I had to build a new bench. It took less than 2-hours to convert (I still need to adjust the fence faces though). I didn't even have to add any holes to the Powermatic fence rails. I'm used to having the squaring fence near me and using the top SME to attach the fence support angle puts the angle about 1/4" above table level:







If all works well I'll be attaching a Wixey digital readout to it.


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Burt



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

PostSubject: Re: My EZ-Uni   April 5th 2009, 7:28 pm

Mike,

'looks Great. Glad to hear that it was an easy conversion. I hope that it works out as well as mine have. Up front I wouldn't have spent the money for the fences at full price. Now that I have used them, I wouldn't hesitate to pay the full $400 for them. They are worth it.


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