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#1 posted 12-31-2018 11:26 PM



jeffdeluca56

I decided to start a new thread because the other one is getting confusing with all the double post and picture.

Once you get all set up to run your panels (with your new continuous fence) you want to run all you panels on the same setup (general more consistent product . You mentioned doing 2 setup because of the short narrow panels. I made short video of how you can run those on the same setup.

Make your self a nice big push block.

Click in the link to start video. In the bottom right corner of the video is a place to make the video larger.

https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-vx6TD5p/0/65854172/1280/i-vx6TD5p-1280.mp4

Now lets talk about safety . Always cover the cutter with some kind of gourd to protect you hands in case of a slip.

- AlaskaGuy


Excellent! Thank you! I see where the continuous fence eliminates the cutter drawing the piece into the cutter. Thanks for taking the trouble! Simple but effective. Was wondering what I was going to do with all the extra pushblocks I have laying around now I know!
Happy New Year!


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