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Patrik

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#1 posted 07-19-2011 11:53 PM

Thanks for the input guys!

Just a few side-notes: Crank, I actually have a friend that has owned 3 different Mercedes (2003, 2007, 2009) and each and every of them has had electrical problems! He has sworn to never buy another one before they “get their thumbs out of their b*uts and start producing quality again” :-)

DbHost, There are 13 guys on every dozen here that will produce far better stuff than me, with far cheaper equipment – I’m a newbee! :-)

Just rather starting in the right end, and for me that is highy portable, quiet and dustfree (“dustfree” is in total fairness not true, so lets call it less dusty! ;-)

Evilnuf and Don W – You are both recommending a tablesaw, and Richgreer votes for the TS-55 vs the tablesaw – that is a perfect sample that show that both recommendations are true, and that both fill a puropse, so the real question is rather: What purpose will you use the machine for, and then go decide.

I was just eyeing the Incra wonderfence today: http://www.incra.com/product_rtf_wf37.htm
- Wich would be an absolute madness in a carpenters enviroment, but make full sense in a woodwork enviroment. – Decisions decisions… I will let you guys know how the chips fall in september when I will be ordering my first batch, and also in november/december where my second batch will be – there might have been a complete change in that batch by then. It’s intresting times ahead, so thanks for ALL the good input! :-)

Best regards, Patrik

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