Test of breaking down sheet goods on the EZ-One. For ripping more than 48″ you need to use the UEG (Universal Edge Guide) and this is a link to an animation of a prototype of the tool (sorry, don’t have an animation of the current tool).
Check Dik Harrison’s Blog (http://ezsmart.blogspot.com), the EurekaZone Site (http://www.eurekazone.com), and EurekaZone Forum (http://tracksawforum.com) for more information.
The EZ-One is only useful for rips of 48" or less. For longer rips the best tool is the UEG (Universal Edge Guide). Unfortunately I don’t have an animation of the current version, there is now a link to an animation of one of the prototypes in the above description.
The Makita guide rails cannot be attached to the EurekaZone (EZ) B-300 Bridge using the provided connectors, You would have to fashion your own method for connecting that rail. The Makita rail is too thin for the bridge to be raised with the saw on it, so the saw would have to be removed or positioned over one end of the bridge before raising. The EZ guide rail is doubled walled, so much stiffer and works best with the B-300. For use on the EZ rail, the saw can be mounted to the EZ base,
Excellent video production, but what is the point and what is the test?
Congratulations provider MAKITA
My name is Quang in Vietnam
After seeing the ads on youtube I was very pleased with the machine portable circular saws MAKITA SP6000 branded by the convenience of it vivacious and I especially love the guide rails. So I asked the offer: If I buy this machine can be attached to the guide rails are not?
I have added a link to the description.
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yes because adjusting for offset, having no tearout protection, and poor material support is cool, and professional. Sounds like ur 30 years were in framing
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Been a Carpenter for over 30 years! Ripped plywood, MDF sheets using sawhorses and my Skill Wormdrive. Sometimes I would clamp on straightedge if the cut needed to be "dead" on as in cabinet bodies, other times just snapped a line. Gimmicky stuff trying to make up for lack of skills!
What about riping for length??
An extra cost for the lower investment, a plunge saw to good, for this .
I have recently obtained Regular Polygon’s Keyframe Animation plug-in for SketchUp and wanted to try it out on some areas that had given me problems in the past. The raising and lowering of the bridge had been all but impossible to get to look smooth, but with Keyframe Animation it is fairly simple. I also played around with the format, resolution, and frame count settings to get a look that I’m more satisfied with.
nice animation yet useless
lol, Would you rather pay a contractor that showed up with some saw horses or one that showed up with some professional equipment? Would you rather have a less than perfect cut or a damn near perfect cut?
Seriously.. that contraption is needed to cut a sheet of plywood/MDF? What about two sawhorses and a circular saw? Not sexy enough?