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Thanks Herb...pretty cool actually...amazing what technology can do today...

That said, I kept waiting for it to go berserk and fold the blade over.:lol:

One observation...no way to easily attach a sacrificial face to it...maybe I missed something...sound wouldn't play, but probably my PC...it does that every so often.:wacko:

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1 hour ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Thanks Herb...pretty cool actually...amazing what technology can do today...

That said, I kept waiting for it to go berserk and fold the blade over.:lol:

One observation...no way to easily attach a sacrificial face to it...maybe I missed something...sound wouldn't play, but probably my PC...it does that every so often.:wacko:

I think Dave the first picture shows the fence running over to the saw blade to zero in then backing off for the cut dim. If a sacrificial fence was installed it would compensate in the zeroing in mode. Just guessing.

Herb

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4 minutes ago, Dadio said:

I think Dave the first picture shows the fence running over to the saw blade to zero in then backing off for the cut dim. If a sacrificial fence was installed it would compensate in the zeroing in mode. Just guessing.

Herb

I assumed on one of those passes it was seeking zero...kind of like CMM or CNC touching off for zero.

It is cool technology but probably pretty costly too. I certainly can see it for production shops especially if they're doing lots of set-up changeovers.

Still seems odd they didn't allow for easily installed sacrificial fence. I would hate to kiss the blade with that fancy fence.

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On ‎12‎/‎18‎/‎2018 at 5:55 PM, Grandpadave52 said:

That said, I kept waiting for it to go berserk and fold the blade over.

 

Or decide mid cut, hey to zero out again.  :ChinScratch:

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7 hours ago, Woodbutcherbynight said:

 

Or decide mid cut, hey to zero out again.  :ChinScratch:

Yep, seen many a CNC program get confused and do stupid stuff mid cycle...brief power interruptions cause cycle anemia too. 

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