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Old 03-01-2013, 01:05 PM   #81
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It would sure be worth it Leo.
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But I don't want to learn another cabinet program, it needs to be a Thermwood CNC
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Here's a nice rail saw video.. must be the ts55r is coming soon?
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Is that our Warner?
Holy chit Where the hell is he? Youd think hed be strutting his stuff around here.

Hes taller than I imagined but just as ugly
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Is that our Warner?
Very nice commercial! That explains his old ts for sale..nice job Darcy!
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Busted.
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Nicely done video! Awesome beard Warner.

Wish I had a track saw already (it's in my wish list). Today I had to cut down eight 2480 closet bypass raise panel painted door slabs in a finished home I trimmed last year (owner finally got the carpet in). So I had to drag each slab out to my horses, mask off and razor score each cut, and then drag each one back in. The whole time I was thinking "Darn it... I know there's a quicker way".

Here's a pic of the mess. I used some of the owner's carpet remnants for the horses.

So...yeah...I'll be getting one soon.
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Nice video I think a rail saw is in my future.
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When cutting hard wood floor dose that destroy blades fast
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When cutting hard wood floor dose that destroy blades fast
Not as long as you don't cut through nails. Even a nail here and there is not a huge deal.

I made two cuts down the middle of a board so I could pull that section out, move a heat vent and patch the floor back in.
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I had to cut out a damaged Pergo plank. The saw depth can be set accurately enough where the blade did not scratch the DriCore sub floor. I have to change 2 damaged prefinished oak planks on a floor I'm doing. The dumb ass doing the install dropped a tool on it.

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The 55r has a micro adjust for the depth. I cut right down to the tar paper under the oak floor, but did not cut the paper. Silly Festool's.
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The 55r has a micro adjust for the depth. I cut right down to the tar paper under the oak floor, but did not cut the paper. Silly Festool's.
Too bad they can't convert their fen mm into inches for us
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Too bad they can't convert their fen mm into inches for us
This comes with a sticker to go over the metric scale.

I actually prefer the scale in mm.
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Great job on the promotion video Warner
When that guy Steve was in town at WoodCrafters I let him know what a good representative of the green you were!
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This comes with a sticker to go over the metric scale.

I actually prefer the scale in mm.
Oh the one I was using was about8to 10 years old

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