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    Innovative TS Fence

    Just spoke with Dan Deulen, who makes the nice blade sharpening jugs. He told me about his latest invention. Should retail for about $400. Looks very slick.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IS7-...ature=youtu.be
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    This appears to be an updated version from the one in the link you posted:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrVZ0apuhoU

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    Wow that system is definitely different. But it looks like a lot of setup for something I can do with my GRR-Rippers quicker. Though keeping your hands completely out of the picture is an interesting prospect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Davidson View Post
    This appears to be an updated version from the one in the link you posted:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrVZ0apuhoU
    Cool. He told me he had put some on the market, but has retooled and is looking at some different production angles. Interested to see the final product.
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    Interesting. Thanks for posting.

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    Interesting product.

    It reminds me of the Martin jointer fence that has a little finger to push the woo along..........Rod.

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    The Deulen website says that they're currently out of stock.

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    I have to say that I think this is awesome. Anything that takes your hands away from the blade is good. I can also see upgrades that automate the board moving forward, without manually cranking. I watched the other video and the board going through the router was nice.

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    I would think a GRR-Ripper would be better in almost every way & far less expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Pratt View Post
    I would think a GRR-Ripper would be better in almost every way & far less expensive.
    I was a first adopter of GRR-Ripers, and think there a revery good. This is another concept altogether.
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    I wish I could get my hands on the drawings for that. I'd like to adapt it to my Biesemeyer.
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    Bruce, He says it will work with any fence. Two screws and that's it.
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    The idea is good but why is he ripping the boards with an 80 tooth blade?
    Rustic? Well, no. That was not my intention!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Utterback View Post
    The idea is good but why is he ripping the boards with an 80 tooth blade?
    Heck, I don't know. Call Dan, he'll be glad to talk with you. Maybe his 40 tooth was out for resharpening.
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