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Andy Cover



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Join date : 2008-09-17
Location : Dalhart, TX

PostSubject: New to this. More photos please!   September 17th 2008, 6:47 pm

I would love to see photos of EZ benches that people have made.
I know that Burt made some kind of EZ Uni that I have seen photos of but can't find them now.

For some reason I can't register with SMC. I have tried literally about 100 different usernames but they keep getting rejected. I know there are a bunch of photos over there but I can't view them.

I am finally getting a pretty good understanding of the EZ dead wood concept. I am working out ideas in my mind for the perfect power bench for me. I would just love to see some photos to give me more ideas.
I am thinking that an 8' long fairly narrow bench would suit my needs. On that bench I would mount a long bridge (is this a problem?). The bridge would remain pretty much stationary while a fence of some kind would register the workpiece. I would like to have some kind of fence that is easily adjusted with one hand, i.e. unifence or Vega or biesemeyer. I would use a 10 1/2" Makita and would do all of my ripping of lumber and sizing of sheet goods on this table.
Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Andy
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Dik Harrison

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Join date : 2008-07-01
Age : 70
Location : Evans, GA, USA

PostSubject: Re: New to this. More photos please!   September 17th 2008, 9:00 pm

Andy,

You are listed as a member, Andy Cover, joined today. If I'm not mistaken, you should have received an e-mail that gives a link that you have to respond to for the membership to be completed. Check the spam/junk-mail folder of the e-mail address you put in for membership.

If you don't get in, let me know. If you do, there is a "sticky" post, sixth down, in the EurekaZone forum that is an index of a lot of PBB design posts.

Have fun...

Dik
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Andy Cover



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Join date : 2008-09-17
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PostSubject: I did! I did!   September 17th 2008, 9:48 pm

I finally did get in on SMC. Don't know why it was so hard. Having a good time looking at photos.
I especially like the bench made by Art Rudi. Mine will probably end up looking something like his.
I just have to get through corn harvest here in the Texas panhandle (i am a farmer, woodworking is my hobby) so I can get started on it.
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PostSubject: Good Show   September 18th 2008, 4:09 am

Andy,

Welcome to the wonderful world of EZ.

Good luck on the harvest.
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