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Panel Saw home made

Postby George Davidson » Thu, Feb 19 2009, 7:58PM

I had the plan I just got around to putting it in E-Cab
The CNC router should cut all the holes to. The hardware I made in a cad program
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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby George Davidson » Thu, Feb 19 2009, 8:09PM

It will come apart and it will fit in my truck 12' long 8' wide 80 in's high
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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby Brian Shannon » Sat, Feb 21 2009, 10:52AM

That's very cool George. I like the portability.


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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby George Davidson » Sat, Feb 21 2009, 11:51AM

Hi Brian
I am cutting out the 3 of them today
I am going to design a table one for saw and router it will be like a big mitter box. Be about 4' by 4' :?:
I have had this Saw Buck for 20 year's $ 800.00 New.the boy's will not us it I used it then for all the soffitt and siding we did then.
Maybe build it something like that :?:
Are there any suggestions that anyone has that could help me with the table panel saw let me know.
I am going to play with it tonight
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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby George Davidson » Sat, Feb 21 2009, 1:00PM

Brian
See what you have strated I should be out in the SHOP :fire:
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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby Brian Shannon » Sat, Feb 21 2009, 1:43PM

George,

I have a Her-Saf Panel Router. Let me know if you need any pictures for reference or have any questions about how they did something.

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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby George Davidson » Sat, Feb 21 2009, 1:46PM

Could you when you get time send me some picture that would be great

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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby Brian Shannon » Sat, Feb 21 2009, 2:13PM

Sure. I may not be in untill Monday.

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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby George Davidson » Sat, Feb 21 2009, 3:50PM

That will work

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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby Kerry Fullington » Tue, Feb 24 2009, 7:49PM

George,

Your Panel Saw design looks great. A couple of years back I decided I needed one so I built this one. This would give everyone a good laugh but it has served me well. It is very high tech. The Skil worm drive is counter-balanced with a cinder block. Nothing but the best in my shop. :D

Post pictures when you get your router built.

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Re: Panel Saw home made

Postby George Davidson » Wed, Feb 25 2009, 12:16AM

That's cool Kerry
After I saw your I started plying around with the new design for the router to get a 45 :?:
The pipes are 6' now it looks like they have to be 80 " long to get the 45
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