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Knockonit

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#1 posted 03-18-2018 11:19 PM

Put it on wheels, and get a 30 ft cord and move it out when not in use, i have a full size uni saw, with uni fence, think its about 52’’, i pull it out of the garage shop into drive way, breakdown the big stuff, then wheel it back in bad weather to work inside on the small stuff. It allows me to push it out of the way to make parts and pieces on the work bench, make up table, and if i cover the saw with paper it sometimes becomes the assembly bench.
good luck and in reality, you won’t know how it all works till you begin the process of building something, then you will discover, uh oh, this needs to be there, that over there needs to be here, and well, the process is fluid
jmo
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