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    One of the most useful bits of kit in my workshop
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    Just ran onto these 2 photos in my Archives. I'd published them in the boat section of RCGroups some years back. Shown is the start of my "Bouncie II". I used this method in my "Bunker Boat" too.
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    Having been blessed sinistral ๐Ÿ‘, here is my unsanforized version table saw. The nice walnut box is tall enough so when on my workbench I don't have to stoop.
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    or just do a mirror image of the photo . . . ๐ŸคฃJaJaJaJaJa!!!!
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    How about reversing the rotation of the motor and put the blade on to match the new rotation. Yahoo, you now have a hybrid right hand table saw.
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    That looks like a really useful bit of kit EdW.

    I make all of my stripping and triangular shaped strip on my bandsaw, but your miniature saw table will be able to cut smaller sections and to a much finer tolerance's.

    .......and it will take up a lot less space too!
    Never too old to learn
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    Ed, that's a great idea, and sometimes left handed is good.
    Some tools just feel better left handed. I struggle with my right handed mitre saw.
    Thank you for sharing, cheers Colin.
    Fair winds and calm waters, COLIN.
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    It was built from a sketch which has long since disappeared. I will make a proper drawing and make it available to the members.

    I wonder if anyone noticed, it was built for a left handed person.๐Ÿ˜
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    Ed,
    I am sure you will really enjoy being able to cut precision strips with that machine.
    I did notice the fine adjustment knob for the fence.
    Enjoy, and post some pictures of it in operation.
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    A very handy piece of kit ๐Ÿ‘Œ
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    That's a very well engineered piece of machinery. Do you have any drawings, I would love to build one myself.
    Cheers Colin.
    Fair winds and calm waters, COLIN.
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