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Seems that way. shame, they're a good compliment to an alaskan, or even a woodmizer if you're trying to squeeze on an oversize log and you want a straight edge. The kind of thing that sits on a shelf for all but one or two days a year, but pays for itself in a few minutes.

It'll sell on ebay, most people here have moved on up to a bandmill by now.


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5 hours ago, bmp01 said:

I presume it had the rails with it ? Works ok once rails are set up on a straight plank, just a bit of effort to get to that stage. 


Yes I’d recommend taking your time with the wooden guide. Make sure its square and true and you can lubricate the metal rails with candle wax. Once you start using it, I found the only way to get the jig to cut square was with test cuts.

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I started with a 145 x 45 joist from a builders merchant but struggled to achieve a 90 degree cut as the joist was slightly cupped. After running it through the thicknesser it’s worked well, and since then I’ve stored it in the workshop, clamped to the underside of the roof trusses to keep it straight and dry.



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