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Thread: Eurekazone Router Attachment for Saw Guide Rail

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    Eurekazone Router Attachment for Saw Guide Rail

    A few months ago I bought the router attachment for my Eurekazone saw guide. I thought it would be easier than using the table saw on large panels. I havenít had a chance to use it until today as we were remodeling a bathroom (just finished). It was easy to drill the phenolic plate for the plunge base and mount the router.

    The first datto I cut was not good. I wasnít sure what wasnít right. So I tightened the adjustment screws that tighten the slide in the guide. All of the dattoes cut after that were great. It is easier than messing around making a jig fof different length datto sand easier than using the table saw.

    I am In the process of making a new miter saw station with a ton of storage. I will post pictures when I am done.
    Rich Aldrich

    65 miles SE of Steve Schlumpf.

    "To a pessimist, the glass is half empty; to an optimist, the glass is half full; to an engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be." Unknown author



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    Sadly, Eurekazone/EZSmart has announced that the company will be closing effective December 15, 2019.

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    It's sad to see Eurekazone closing. Dino had a forum here at SawMill Creek for many years. He is a nice guy and many of his innovative ideas have been copied by other companies though the years. I own his original track system and it has always worked well for me.

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    That is too bad. I have had the system for about 10 years and works well for my needs. Now I have to look at something else. My shop is well equipped but I have been replacing equipment that I thought I wouldn't have to. Bosch quit supplying parts for an SCMS that I had. Now the straight edge guide.
    Rich Aldrich

    65 miles SE of Steve Schlumpf.

    "To a pessimist, the glass is half empty; to an optimist, the glass is half full; to an engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be." Unknown author



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