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#1 posted 05-05-2012 06:07 AM

You know me ,Blaine…......It’s all about the humor .

That G-T demo guy said , i quote …..” The reason we get kickback is that we are not controliing our Wood .”

I swear , that line maid me laugh out loud !

I went back and watched the vid .

I agree with you about the deflection, veenershiden !

Im no tree phsycologist , but…..ive….been…...around . : )

you cannot let wood control you .

Wood is very controling…....and LOUD .

The grips are ok ,......the fence ,on the other hand, is just laughable ,

It looks like it was made on a break press . : )

You need about 7 vertical inches milled steel fence , about two in. thick ?

Dual glides on bearings and a really good lock .

That would beef up the concept a little ,

Like you said though , power feed is theway to go .

I am really not opposed to anything that makes it safer to work with a TS .

From an engineering standpoint ,regarding the grips ,

you are far more qualified than I am to talk about that stuff .

Happy Cinco de Mayo ,my friend

BTW….little known fact…..........Lady GaGa is a Woodworker..............veernerstictchen* !


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