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    Picked up new table saw yesterday, set up tonight
    Hare & Forbes Hafco SB12, can claim on tax too!!

    Went together without too much trouble. Fence and blade perfectly aligned straight out of the box but out of alignment with mitre slots.
    Will look at adjusting tomorrow. Me being tall its a bit of a pain using blade height adjustment but I'm sure I can make up an extension to the hand wheel.

    The fence is an absolute dream to use. Just have to sort out all the shop made jigs, dust extraction, etc to go with it.

    Have to give credit to Downunder Woodworks You tube video on the exact same saw and assembly. Some really useful tips that aren't in the manual.

    LOML is happy too, especially now that I have promised her all those nice cupboards, etc that she wants.
    The person who never made a mistake never made anything

    Cheers
    Ray

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    Default what's the rule about these sorts of posts ??

    That's right !

    no pics means it hasn't happened
    regards from Canada

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    Congrats on the new saw.

    by the way.... I can see where this is all going... you will soon realise you need another tool to do that job, and only Festool does it properly...etc etc.

    You will have the cupboard built but you will endup with $$$ of tools
    Machines: Masterwood OMB1V, SCM 5 RRCS1100, Danfoss VT2882, Griggio Unica 400, Felder AD951, SCM TI 145EP, Holytek DC006, SICAR Top6, Chicago Pneumatics CPRS10500, Ceccato CDX12
    Power tools: Festool DF700, DF500, HK55, CT36, LEX 3, OF1010, OF2200, DTSC400, VAC SYS, Starmix 1635


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    Hanging out for the pictures 😉

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    Will this mean you'll have to change your name to 'rhbuilt'??
    "All the gear and no idea"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveTTC View Post
    Hanging out for the pictures 
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    As requested

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    The person who never made a mistake never made anything

    Cheers
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    My goodness me Ray, You've certainly cleaned up that shed/garage for the photo of the new toy...nicely done sir...cheers, Peter

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    Lot more to do configuring layout now, time to be brutal and throw out all the "might need that one day" junk but as everyone knows within 7 days you need that one item you threw out, ah ...such is life.

    First priority, get the friendly next door neighbor to dig the trench for power from house to shed, cable has been living on back verandah for 12 months then more LED lighting and then the fun begins in earnest
    The person who never made a mistake never made anything

    Cheers
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    This means new projects on the way

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    Cool, Ha
    ppy new saw day

    looks like you need a sled and maybe an outfeed table
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    It is very clean.

    Congratulations. You will enjoy a good solid saw
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwbuild View Post
    LOML is happy too, especially now that I have promised her all those nice cupboards, etc that she wants.
    It's always the way, we stupidly make promises to justify our latest purchase and the first thing we make is a rod for our own back Just as well we enjoy making that stuff, eh?

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    Finally got underground power to shed, connected and working. No voltage drop now after working with 2 long extension leads to shed for the last 18 months.
    Cleaned up the shed a bit...like about a trailer 1/2 full of c...p, starting to find things I've been looking for
    Fine tuned alignment on the table saw
    Starting to make sleds, etc....don't panic... photos when sleds, etc finished.
    The person who never made a mistake never made anything

    Cheers
    Ray

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    We're in there

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