jan kirkwood wrote:
Hear is a picture of my new saw, it has all of the attachments including a tilting blade it is the 3070 FET.
jimmillho wrote:ps: I did not tell you this, but the Blade Guard may be interfearing with the material you are cutting. You might want to TEMPORALLY remove the Blade Guard. Remember, I said Temporally
postalkarl wrote:Hi Jan:
Looks good so far. What did you use for the stone foundation? I like the way it looks. I do have 1 suggestion and sometimes I'm also guilty of this. Make sure you file off the sprue nubs at the tops and bottoms of your windows and touch them up with the frame color.
Janbouli wrote:Jan , I have the budget saw from Proxxon and have always regretted not buying the more expensive one, now that I see yours , I think I'll sell the budget one and get the other one instead.
DarkTerritory wrote:jimmillho wrote:ps: I did not tell you this, but the Blade Guard may be interfearing with the material you are cutting. You might want to TEMPORALLY remove the Blade Guard. Remember, I said Temporally
I have this saw as well and the blade guard most definitely interferes with the cut. The very first thing I did after making the first cut (#&*$%!) was to remove it, and I've never looked back. Now, if that's something you want to try, be aware that you have to be extra cautious every time you use it and follow the recommended saftey precautions that you would with any tablesaw with a missing splitter (name for the little tang that sticks up out of the table to mount the blade guard on). It would be worth your while to look these up online, there are plenty of resources online that will show you good saftey habits to follow.
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