My new shop!


Hi Folks,
Everyone is invited to see photos of my new shop:
http://www.ts-aligner.com/ejbco.htm
And, if you happen to be in the Boise, ID area you're welcome to stop by for a visit.
OK, OK, I know it's not a woodshop. But, it's a shop where woodworking tools are made. It sure is nice to be out of the barn.
Thanks, Ed
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Nice pics, nice shop, and very nice tools - especially the ones you sell!!
I'm a proud owner of a TSA-Jr. and it's been worth every penny.
JP
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On 23 Sep 2005 14:08:11 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@ts-aligner.com wrote:

Doesn't matter if it's a wood shop or not, it's got a Unisaw in it! ;-)
Very nice, good luck as your business grows. I really have been pleased with my TS Aligner jr.
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On Fri, 23 Sep 2005 17:15:21 -0700, with neither quill nor qualm, Mark

I can imagine!

You'd think Ed could afford something a bit better. (I couldn't say that if Keeter were still hangin' here.) <bseg>

Yeah, very nice shop, Ed. Congrats on the move!
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How do you like the Excalibur sliding table on the tablesaw? Anything you don't like about it?

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I really like the Excalibur. It's pretty darn sturdy - made from welded steel tubing and channel. I get my extrusions in 12' lengths and use the sliding table to cut it into individual pieces. It's not hard to hold tolerances of 0.005" for both length and squareness with the Excalibur. And, you know that the forces and weight involved in cutting aluminum is a bit more than that for most wood. I've had pieces in excess of 100 lbs and up to 1.5" thick on the Excalibur without a hitch. For me it was a really good buy. I'd do it again without hesitation.
Thanks all for the good words! It's been a really long haul! I'm now signing up dealers. Tell your favorite dealer to give me a call.
Thanks, Ed.
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Amazing stuff. That's what we all aspire to, Ed. Nice.
Kevin

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