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Anyone have any experience with this? It looks like a knockoff of the Festool Plunge Saw and Track?
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Hi Steven,

I have the early EZ system and have enjoyed it very much over the years. It is great for breaking down sheet goods and makes very acurrate cuts.

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In some ways the EZ is better, it definitely is more durable and it has some other advantages.

Still, I changed to the Festool product. The Festool saw itself is just to good to ignore. I do wish the Festool had some of the EZ features. Overall the Festool system is better so I sold my EZ setup on eBay.
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Another one to learn........

What is an EZ Smart Woodworking System?

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The EZ Smart Woodworking System by Eurekazone, Inc.
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Thank you Bob, that's a very good system

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In some ways the EZ is better, it definitely is more durable and it has some other advantages.

Still, I changed to the Festool product. The Festool saw itself is just to good to ignore. I do wish the Festool had some of the EZ features. Overall the Festool system is better so I sold my EZ setup on eBay.
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Did you change primarily because of the saw, or for other reasons? I have an old Makita circ and I am worried that it won't align properly. However, the videos that Eurekazone has online are pretty persuasive. Why is Festool a better system, in your view, particularly if it is less durable and less featured? Thanks.
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In some ways the EZ is better, it definitely is more durable and it has some other advantages.

Still, I changed to the Festool product. The Festool saw itself is just to good to ignore. I do wish the Festool had some of the EZ features. Overall the Festool system is better so I sold my EZ setup on eBay.
I'm sorry. Nick.
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If it's good for Bob it's a go for me too.. after all he is the Senior Moderator...and that carries alot of weight, and a member from 2004..

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If it's good for Bob it's a go for me too.. after all he is the Senior Moderator...and that carries alot of weight, and a member from 2004..

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Hi BJ,

Not sure what being a senior moderator and member since 2004 has to do with this post, but thanks for the vote of confidence

Remember when I built this workbench around the EZ System and Oak Park Router Table? It has been about the most useful utility in my shop allowing me to roll it outdoors and keep the mess down.

http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ter-bench.html

The EZ system really is a good set up and I have known Dino (the owner) for as long as I have owned the system. A really great all round Greek and inventor
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