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Old 10-27-2009, 06:39 PM   #1
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Looking For Sawhelper System


I understand that the company that manufactures the Sawhelper system has fallen on some hard times. I am not sure if they are still in business or not.... the website says they hope to be back up and running by the 2nd half of 2009... but I have left several messages with no response.

Anyone out there have a lead on a used system?
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Old 10-27-2009, 07:21 PM   #2
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I have one I would sell. Two 6-6 wings, table, flipstop and mounts.

PM me an offer, but don't insult me. This was over $600 new.

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How long have you had it.... what kind of shape is it in?
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Man I hate to hear that about that outfit.

I love my saw helper. By far the best thing you can do for a chop saw.
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It seems to be up and running, unless I'm looking at the wrong site?
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How long have you had it.... what kind of shape is it in?
It's maybe three-four years old. I don't use it much.

As for condition, they are built like brick shlt houses. Other than some paint chipping from transport, it's like the day I bought it.
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The only thing I would want is the wings.
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Old 10-28-2009, 05:21 PM   #8
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I have one I would sell. Two 6-6 wings, table, flipstop and mounts.

PM me an offer, but don't insult me. This was over $600 new.

How about $450 (including shipping)?
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Old 10-28-2009, 06:32 PM   #9
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The only thing I would want is the wings.
Well, they aren't green, so you probably don't want them!
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I enjoy the green tools myself...I can't believe Festool hasn't come up with a system like Sawhelper.
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I enjoy the green tools myself...I can't believe Festool hasn't come up with a system like Sawhelper.
They have something real close but, their wings cost 700 bucks.
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They have something real close but, their wings cost 700 bucks.
I have seen pictures of the set up from festool but don't think it comes close to the Sawhelper system...what do you think?

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