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Am starting to experiment using the Panther Intersect more as wood working tools rather than planking - and it works really well especially for re sawing.

 

It should be pretty easy to set things so you can slide the height up and down for the vertical side. You can see if you pinned the Panther large end brackets differently you could adjust the angle of cut.

 

 

 

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There is alot of potential in this i think, specially for low rate production.

I think for high rate production, most people would go for at bandsaw? However it is a huuuuuge investment.

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On 26/09/2019 at 07:40, Rough Hewn said:

Interesting idea. Bit like a chainsaw Lucas mill.
When you mentioned changing angle of cut, could you cut a hexagon or octagonal can't?
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Yep I think you could cut hexagonal pretty easily - but I suppose it may be easier to make something that holds a post at a 45 degree angle and then you rotate the post in this 'holder'.

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Yep I think you could cut hexagonal pretty easily - but I suppose it may be easier to make something that holds a post at a 45 degree angle and then you rotate the post in this 'holder'.

What! A jig!??

Cheers Rob

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It's just clicked. (I'm slow)
Cutting table legs,skittles,turning blanks,posts etc
With a 35cc Saw
That's pretty clever.
Think I know a few wood workers who could do with one of those.
What's the cost of the work bench without the Saw?

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As a carpenter and a budding table maker, this would work well with rails either side of bench with chainsaw bar just over half width of bench. Would be dead handy to flatten dried slabs after movement has occurred ie twisted. Think it would be quicker than router sled!? 

But I could be wrong 😉(often am but like to try new ways)

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As a carpenter and a budding table maker, this would work well with rails either side of bench with chainsaw bar just over half width of bench. Would be dead handy to flatten dried slabs after movement has occurred ie twisted. Think it would be quicker than router sled!? 
But I could be wrong (often am but like to try new ways)
I'm in same boat as you Dave, sounds an interesting piece of kit. Cost ?
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21 hours ago, harvey b davison said:
22 hours ago, Dave V said:
As a carpenter and a budding table maker, this would work well with rails either side of bench with chainsaw bar just over half width of bench. Would be dead handy to flatten dried slabs after movement has occurred ie twisted. Think it would be quicker than router sled!? 
But I could be wrong emoji6.png(often am but like to try new ways)

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I'm in same boat as you Dave, sounds an interesting piece of kit. Cost ?

What boats that no money and time but big ideas 😉😁😁 

not sure on cost but you’d need a fair few meters of rails permanently fixed to a bench to keep it dead accurate. 

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On 28/09/2019 at 07:39, Rough Hewn said:

It's just clicked. emoji849.png(I'm slow)
Cutting table legs,skittles,turning blanks,posts etc
With a 35cc Saw emoji848.png
That's pretty clever.
Think I know a few wood workers who could do with one of those.
What's the cost of the work bench without the Saw?
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It's basically the Panther Intersect Mill - and that's it - not other bits required [although you would want another Panther Intersect body to do what I've done above]

 

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