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 Post subject: Re: £180 for this!!!
PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 6:28 pm 
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Argyll wrote:
steviejoiner74 wrote:
I frequent a few Facebook carpenters pages and a guy called frank Cochrane from Scotland has come up with rail squares which everyone seems to agree are the best out there.
Here’s a little clip of his invention.
http://youtu.be/EJTOCte9VuU


Stevie,

That ones £210 :shock:
He can’t make his squares(and he’s got several variety’s) quick enough,they sell like hot cakes on the chippies forums/pages as they are deadly accurate and very well made and user friendly.
I don’t even own a plunge saw,wouldn’t use one enough. I just use my rip snorter and a guide and some clamps if I need to rip down doors or rip some mdf or ply for shelving.

I need to view one so I can see what the fuss is about.

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 Post subject: Re: £180 for this!!!
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If your using it Day in day out and it pays for itself it’s worth it / or if you get the desired result and you can justify the cost to yourself then go for it . A track saw is a big investment seems as though it’s regarded as standard kit now for a joiner alongside an m class extractor , though the rates haven’t gone up in line with all the kit it’s now deemed as standard to carry.


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