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Forum topic by squazo posted 11-25-2013 05:23 PM 1005 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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11-25-2013 05:23 PM

what do ya think?

I can get a whole sheet of ply up there by myself, it is supported for the entire length before and after the cut and the rip fence is long enough to make contact with the work piece the entire length of cut, some aluminum c channel makes the in feed fence an 8 ft level make the out feed fence MDF for both table tops, 4” wide by 3/4” CDX strips as a frame for mdf tops and 2X4 legs with leg bolt feet for adjustment.


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#1 posted 11-26-2013 03:10 AM

ok I cant get my picture to show it is a 1.62 mb jpg please somebody help

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#2 posted 11-26-2013 03:10 AM

ok I cant get my picture to show it is a 1.62 mb jpg please somebody help

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#3 posted 11-26-2013 05:07 PM

What you show will work. You really only need 5’ distance from the blade; both in and out feed. I would increase the number of clamps holding down the channel and level. 3/4” plywood hitting the fence will move it out of alignment easily. Is that “gantry” looking structure part of the sawing setup?

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#4 posted 11-27-2013 02:42 AM

the gantry deal is just to hold up the ceiling, there are some 2X12 out of the picture frame. I knocked out a load bearing wall so this would fit. after my first run I realized I didn’t need the out feed level fence at all and just took it out. maybe it will be handy for other cuts but not needed for just ripping ply.

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