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    Sam Blasco demonstrates his answer to an F&F Jig...

    Sam Blasco demonstrates his answer to an F&F Jig in this video. Does anyone know what brand the positioner is that he uses in the early part of the video for parallel cuts.

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  2. My first one was two bits of MDF, no handle and...

    My first one was two bits of MDF, no handle and no integral fence and I used that for about two years.
  3. Derek, did you ever do this?

    Derek, did you ever do this?
  4. As long as the material is long enough I tend to...

    As long as the material is long enough I tend to measure from the rip fence head and use a plain F&F jig though I did make one the same as Andy using Incra fences and flip stops.
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    When did the fact that the forum is a business...

    When did the fact that the forum is a business come to light, that it has not been a known fact from day one says a lot to me. OR did it start out as a forum and not a business and change somewhere...
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    And that is a good point because the value of...

    And that is a good point because the value of this site is about to go down due to less variety which is a shame. I guess no one likes my point of view but we are all entitled to one and the debate...
  7. Jesse, can you post a photo of you F&F jig? My...

    Jesse, can you post a photo of you F&F jig? My bump stop is only as long as the rip fence head, I bought a full length and cut it up and sold the short lengths to other K3 owners. For a short slider...
  8. For me it is the fine adjustment rip fence and...

    For me it is the fine adjustment rip fence and after you get the saw add a Digital fence such as a Wixey to make full use of the fine adjuster. As Rod said anything can be added later for the same...
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    We are the product suppliers in a forum, fora...

    We are the product suppliers in a forum, fora were in the initial concept and that concept is still in place for 99% of users to be a free exchange of ideas and a meeting place for those ideas to be...
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    That is so right, so if a contributer provides...

    That is so right, so if a contributer provides content for a forum that is a business as this is why should he do that so the business can get paid when that business obtained the content for free?...
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    There has to be a reason the vast majority do not...

    There has to be a reason the vast majority do not see it that way, have you guys worked out why that is? This is a business, a business also pays for product to keep the doors open which when the...
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    Enjoy a great read on what is without doubt the...

    Enjoy a great read on what is without doubt the most advanced router table with the best dust extraction possible, it is simply a router table way ahead of anything else. I am building the same RT...
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    https://www.google.com.au/search?client=opera&q=ye...

    https://www.google.com.au/search?client=opera&q=yet+another+router+table+router+table+build&sourceid=opera&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
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    Yes, sorry for the typo, senility is to blame.

    Yes, sorry for the typo, senility is to blame.
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    Google "just another router table build" and...

    Google "just another router table build" and follow the first link. The dust collection on that table is beyond criticism and it is all done through the table and cost basically nothing. You will...
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    I find it a bit of a shock that they use set...

    I find it a bit of a shock that they use set screws to hold an impeller to the motor shaft when a taper lock is a far more robust way of doing the same thing.
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    The dimension tape is not accurate, get a long...

    The dimension tape is not accurate, get a long steel rule and lay it down on the tape and see how far it is out. The steel rule should be a good brand as well, maybe Lufkin or similar.
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    It depends on how much you use it I guess and if...

    It depends on how much you use it I guess and if it becomes a basic used all the time tool the price is not the issue within reason. Let's put it this way, the price certainly was not a factor in my...
  19. Very few believe a short fence can work, why that...

    Very few believe a short fence can work, why that is has to be one of life's mysteries. The concept that the blade takes over from the fence is yet to be understood by most TS users.
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    I think a lot of this stuff depends on what work...

    I think a lot of this stuff depends on what work you do and I am in no way convinced the Paolini is a good thing for me but some reinforcement of others experience never hurts. I think the idea has...
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    Thanks Dennis, I sort of agree but then I thought...

    Thanks Dennis, I sort of agree but then I thought the Incra might be the same and I use that constantly.
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    Paolini Rule

    Woodpeckers have just announced another run of this tool and I was just wondering if anyone who has bought one previously would comment on if it is useful or something that sits in the drawer never...
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    i doubt you have missed the point, simply put...

    i doubt you have missed the point, simply put 240V Kapex motors have a very low failure rate.
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    Simon, unfortunately you can't use that...

    Simon, unfortunately you can't use that comparison as your saw is 110V and his is 240V and the failures are largely confined to the 110V machines from all reports.
  25. I commend the type of push device that Frank...

    I commend the type of push device that Frank Howarth uses for most tasks, very stable, no wider than a conventional push stick and could be changed for direct over the blade use.
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