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Has anyone used the "OnPoint Universal laser guided router plate"? I heard about this plate through MLCS & Wood magazine. Any comments about this would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Hi EPC:

This topic has been discussed in another thread on this forum: http://www.routerforums.com/general-...ersistant.html.

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Thanks Cassie, I'll check it out. EPC
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You're welcome, EPC. Glad to be able to help.

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Has anyone used the "OnPoint Universal laser guided router plate"? I heard about this plate through MLCS & Wood magazine. Any comments about this would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Talking about Laser for
Radial Arm Saw, Chop Saw ,Band Saw,etc.

MLCS has a one one out for 20.oo bucks ,, I have one or two of the ones that's right on the blade and they do suck but this new one screws right on the blade guard,,,it's a AAA battery type but sometimes you don't need the Laser and some times it comes in nice..

I don't have one yet but when I do I will post a small review...

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Laserkerf makes an add-on one also that works well. You can specify your laser type to blade width and once aligned will show you exactly where the kerf will lie.

I can't post a link, so just google laserkerf.
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Hi jonmulzer

Thanks for the info

http://laserkerf.com/
http://laserkerf.com/Miter_Installation_guide.htm
http://laserkerf.com/Laserkerf_kits.htm

http://www.onlinetoolreviews.com/reviews/laserkerf.htm

NOT a cheap add on, $80.oo for a Laser light,,,X 5ea. in my case would be $400.oo dollars...

http://www.amazon.com/Laserkerf-Mode...007608&sr=1-19

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Laserkerf makes an add-on one also that works well. You can specify your laser type to blade width and once aligned will show you exactly where the kerf will lie.

I can't post a link, so just google laserkerf.



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