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Re: shelter the children..there's a guard misplaced.......

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02-18-2012 19:42:40

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Yep, I saw the humor..... In fact what I was saying was all tongue-in-cheak too....LOL

Except for the part about a small table for the blade to use it as a vertical saw. I've got an old Wilton saw that has about a 2 inch square 'table' that allows me to use it like I was describint and I wouldn't know what to do without it.

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02-18-2012 19:57:25

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 Re: shelter the children..there's a guard misplaced....... in reply to NCWayne, 02-18-2012 19:42:40  

Perhaps you can makeout where this goes...

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02-19-2012 07:21:52

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 Re: shelter the children..there's a guard misplaced....... in reply to dennis min, 02-18-2012 19:57:25  
I have one of those and one of those. I do the pressure by hand as I didn't like the shock absorber type thing to control pressure. I use that thing to hold up the end of it while I am working material in and out of the vise. My power switch is on top such that when the saw cuts through the material, the whole boom falls about half an inch and hits the switch, cutting the machine off.

I went online and bought a couple of bi-metallic blades. That was in '05 and the second one is still in the box. I bought the ones with varying pitch and they really do a nice job of cutting.


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02-19-2012 07:23:51

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 Re: shelter the children..there's a guard misplaced....... in reply to Texasmark1, 02-19-2012 07:21:52  
Addition: The switch fits through the hole and keeps it from slipping off the stand as the saw is at an angle in the stow position.

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02-18-2012 20:19:26

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 Re: shelter the children..there's a guard misplaced....... in reply to dennis min, 02-18-2012 19:57:25  
Now that's a whole lot better than what I've got..... That said, thanks for the idea. I've got an old saw table about a foot square I picked up at the scrap yard years ago that I've been trying to decide what I wanted to do with one of these days. I think the way my saw is setup I can attach it where the adjustable stop rod goes and one other place and it'll work just fine. Thanks again for the idea..

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