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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-14-2012, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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I just saw this on a Canadian site and it looks pretty interesting for breaking down or working on large sheet materials. A little pricey though.

Saw and Router Portable 50" Guide

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Looks like a nice tool but a little low to the ground. I built my own guide, a piece of 3/4 ply glued to a wider piece of 1/4 ply. The first cut with the skillsaw trims off the excess 1/4" so that the edge of the guide is the cutline. No measuring offsets that way. Between that and a pair of sawhorses does almost as good a job and cost very little.

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That is interesting. Thanks for showing it.

I'm not sure what the US price would be but it seems quite expensive for what it is.
For now, I think I'll stick to using my cutting table and a straight edge. They aren't quite as portable as this appears to be, but are much less expensive and can do everything that this can.

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Reminds me a bit of the Torque work centre.
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Speaking of 'New Toys', this one's a must-have...
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