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 An idea for converting the ez rail in an eurorail

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Mike Goetzke



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PostSubject: Re: An idea for converting the ez rail in an eurorail   August 13th 2008, 12:15 am

Bruce Benjamin wrote:
Mike, this is what I was trying to explain to you back when you, uh, well, lost it. The new EAC-1 edges are flat. The UHMW edges are unnecessary for this purpose. Where the UHMW edges would be useful was from Andres's original plan to extend the edges for use with a saw with a, "Euro-style groove" in the base, such as the Hilti 267. Add the new EAC-1 to the outside of the UHMW and it will work fine.

Bruce

(Sorry Bruce - I tried to take that old conversation off-line and bury it once I found out how much smarter you are than I so this forum didn't become all FOG'ed up. You chose the public insult route.)

BTW - all the EAC-1's I have are not flat. Maybe the new gray EAC-2's are - I asked Dino to post a picture of one.

Mike
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PostSubject: Re: An idea for converting the ez rail in an eurorail   August 13th 2008, 1:40 am

[quote="Mike Goetzke
(Sorry Bruce - I tried to take that old conversation off-line and bury it once I found out how much smarter you are than I so this forum didn't become all FOG'ed up. You chose the public insult route.)

BTW - all the EAC-1's I have are not flat. Maybe the new gray EAC-2's are - I asked Dino to post a picture of one.

Mike[/quote]

"Public insult"??? Are you not well? Mike, I don't know why you are being so hostile to me all this time both in private and in public and I don't really appreciate it. I can only guess you're having some personal problems and I'm sorry for that. I hope things go better for you soon.

Yes, that has been the point all along...The new gray EAC-1s are flat.

Bruce
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PostSubject: A picture...   August 13th 2008, 4:21 am

Mike,

There isn't much difference between the two EAC-1s. The new one is like the old one when it is pressed down on the wood.



Have fun...

Dik
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PostSubject: Re: An idea for converting the ez rail in an eurorail   August 13th 2008, 8:30 am

Dik Harrison wrote:
Mike,

There isn't much difference between the two EAC-1s. The new one is like the old one when it is pressed down on the wood.



Have fun...

Dik

Dik - thanks for the pic. - that's exactly what I was looking for. If you have one of the new gray edges I have a question. Would it flex if your cutoff was only supported by the anti-chip and not the rail?

Thanks,

Mike
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PostSubject: Re: An idea for converting the ez rail in an eurorail   August 13th 2008, 9:41 am

I haven't tried it, but I guess it would depend on how much of the wood in under the EAC. If I get a chance, I'll check.

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JKC



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PostSubject: Euro Rail Update?   April 20th 2009, 1:11 am

Just wondering if there has been any more progress in this arena. There are several more euro style track saws out there now, and I'm hoping Hilti will soon introduce their replacement for the now discontinued (sob) model 267.
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