panagiotis karagiannis: cool.european style table saws are much faster with that sliding
component.i believe its very difficult to make something like
that,apparently you did.i have been watching videos like yours for years
now in different tasks of woodworking when it comes the issue of machine
improvement;people like you ,and others of course are the elite.its cool to
feel stupid and happy at the same time when things brake down to ''simple''
Jay Dee: Are you going to remove one of the cast iron wing so you are closer to the
bones549: You should put the cost for doing these on your website, I'd bet they'd
sell well. I know I'd buy one.
Gary Garoutte: I can't wait to see the detailed instructions for this. It is something I
have always wanted. By the way, I believe you put out the best videos on
how you build your products than any I have ever seen. Thanks for being so
AskWoodMan: You know it will be detailed ;)
AskWoodMan: I have a full series shot and partially edited on this build, including the
mistakes and corrections I made. It is on my list to get done. Thanks for
watching and for the interest to see details. Keep in touch. Allan
mattygee5000: How long bearing slides did you use? Thx- M
AskWoodMan: I think it is just THK Bearing from Japan. Just Google and you will know
more than you want ;) Another brand is Hiwin from Taiwan. These linear
bearing are used in a wide range of manufacturing and industry. I will
check out A-Line. We have been mostly working with 80/20. Thanks for
mick walker: Looks good, cant wait to see the detailed series
Tayler Made: my sliding table is about the same distance from the blade as yours. for
most things i use the mitre square in the table track. when i need to do
larger pieces i slot the mitre gauge into the sliding table. i do
understand the space limitations as i think my shop is even smaller than
yours lol. we just have to be very creative with what we have.
Eric Wexler: which bearing, ball, cross-roller, etc?? Could you give the model numbers
David Borch: seems like a great idea, can't wait to she it in action,
AskWoodMan: My setup is quite a bit further from the blade versus a Euro saw. But I was
not willing to drop my extension wing on the left. One of the reason I have
resisted using it more is that in my small shop to leave the fence on the
sliding table restricts my movement. I am scheming on how to make the fence
fold parallel to the sliding table and lock back in place with stops and a
duncang55: Man, waiting to see the series but also some of what it can do! :)
AskWoodMan: I will cover every aspect of designing and building this. The only way I
know how to do it :) There will be some interesting stuff about steel
fabrication and using the linear glide bearings. What I am really going to
stress is the power of the extrusions to make things for our shops. Thanks
for the generous comment. Allan
Bowcase: Anxious to see the series. Keep thinking. You've got some great ideas up
Tayler Made: great to see some more video's appearing out of your shop. i learnt on an
old wadkin sliding table saw, so that was one of the prerequisites when i
bought my own table saw. believe me once you get used to it you will love
it, especially for cutting large pieces like cupboard doors etc.
George Cooper Jr.: Check out A-Line Corporation for t-track aluminum extrusions. They're outta
Charlotte, NC. I'm still wretsling w/ "THK"... What's that abbreviated for?
Thanks in advance.
AskWoodMan: Check out 80/20. The variety of extrusions they carry will make you dizzy.
mick walker: wouldnt expect anything less lol
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