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Branko



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PostSubject: whats wrong on this picture?   September 30th 2008, 5:09 pm



What could possibly bee wrong on this picture?

Believe it or not but it actually works quite well, only thing is that the blade is slightly displaced from the edge of the rail, one inch to be precise.

/Branko
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Dik Harrison

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PostSubject: Re: whats wrong on this picture?   October 1st 2008, 5:46 am

Branko,

I guess I'm being a little slow this morning, I don't see anything wrong. When you say the blade is 1" from the rail, do you mean from the aluminum or from the EAC-1?

Have fun...

Dik
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Bruce Benjamin



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PostSubject: Re: whats wrong on this picture?   October 2nd 2008, 11:02 am

Where's the blade guard?

Bruce
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jim mumford



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PostSubject: Re: whats wrong on this picture?   October 2nd 2008, 2:07 pm

A festool saw on a smart base.

Who knew?

what's the cut depth ( I don't follow the festool line much, just curious).
-Jim
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PostSubject: Re: whats wrong on this picture?   October 2nd 2008, 3:33 pm

I thought that was a Festool, but have never seen one up close so wasn't sure. Is it plunged for the picture, or is it fixed in plunged position?
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Branko



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PostSubject: Re: whats wrong on this picture?   October 2nd 2008, 6:52 pm

Dik,

- the blade is actually 1" from the aluminum edge

Bruce,

- right on, I had to remove the blade guard in order to use this smaller base,
think I'll put it back once I get a larger base

Jim,

- cut depth for this TS75 with the small base is some 53 mm

Dik,

- you are right its a Festool, got tired keeping it plunged when cutting so I used some
cotton rope and unpluged it, next time I'll get a Makita thats for sure

/Branko
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coffeetester



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PostSubject: Re: whats wrong on this picture?   March 2nd 2009, 3:29 pm

Where are all the pictures? I dont seem to see very many of them.
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PostSubject: Re: whats wrong on this picture?   March 2nd 2009, 3:30 pm

That was strange as soon as I posted I got the picture.
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