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Forum topic by mbs posted 399 days ago 680 views 0 times favorited 18 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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mbs

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399 days ago

here is a video Most of the interesting stuff is from the middle of the video to the end.

-- Sorry the reply is so long. I didn't have time to write a short reply.


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Loren

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#1 posted 399 days ago

elastischen Gummikanten

Very cool.

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#2 posted 399 days ago

Dang! I want a slider Mit der holden innen de wooden schtuffen. What the h—- did I just say?
That holder is good.
Thanks.
Bill

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runswithscissors

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#3 posted 399 days ago

I’m curious about the green edges on the work clamps. It appears to be very grippy stuff. A saw like that would require me to about triple the size of my shop.

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#4 posted 399 days ago

Why are Germans mad for dungarees?

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#5 posted 399 days ago

I think the green stuff is “elastischen Gummikanten” –
perhaps to mean gummy rubber.

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#6 posted 374 days ago

i think some 120g sand paper would work. I’m going to make one and find out.

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#7 posted 374 days ago

looks like just standard T-moulding to me. I think it’s pliable enough to grip well.

Thanks for the post

-- John

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mbs

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#8 posted 343 days ago

I made a set of these and they work great. My hands are never near the blade. they’re very effective for straight-lining wood. I used sandpaper on the edges rather than T moulding.

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#9 posted 343 days ago

I noticed that Frizt and Franzt are always working together in this video

I want the saw!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I really wish I had a slider.
I have on in France, doing nothing

-- Bert

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#10 posted 343 days ago

Those Germans take 2000 gummi bears and melt them to make that stuff.

-- Thor and Odin are still the greatest of Gods.

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mbs

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#11 posted 343 days ago

Bert – why do you have a slider in France?

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#12 posted 342 days ago

I had a cabinet maker shop in France.
All my tools are still there.
I had a Lurem 5 operations combination machine with 3×3 HP motors on it.
No one use them. When my father dies they will be sold.

My machine is similar to this one but of course much older

-- Bert

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#13 posted 342 days ago

Here is the machine that is at my father’s place.

-- Bert

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#14 posted 342 days ago

That’s a nice pc of machinery. I’ve got the Felder cf741 which is similar. Too bad you can’t cost effectively bring your tools to the US. I love the slider.

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#15 posted 341 days ago

Thanks mbs!!!

I am immediately going to make one of these for my Hammer K3.

Planeman

-- Always remember: It is a mathematical certainty that half the people in this country are below average in intelligence!

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