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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 03:32 PM
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Dave Welcome to the forum, this thread nearly a year old ,I hope that mrmicron solved his problem. But it is good information you posted ,and someone else might be able to use it.
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Thanks Herb

I was just trying to be helpful, I came across this post when I was trying to find the same info , so felt obliged to share the info when I actually found it . It actually took a phonecall to Trend to find the info , in the first place, only then did I manage to find the link which I was trying to share .

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For the benefit of anyone who did arrive here looking for that link it is:

http://www.trend-uk.com/en/US/trend/...loads&id=32375

then follow the link "TBC Trend Base Configuration Diagram
Ref: DIAG/TBC v1.0" in the right hand navigation bar and that will automatically download a PDF file onto your system which you can then save.
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I need to fabricate a base plate for my DW621-ex to take a Whiteside 30mm inlay kit bush deigned for a Porter Cable machine. I am amazed that DeWalt does not have full engineering drawings for fabricating a one-off appropriate base plate. Frustrating.
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