Hi all, I've been lurking in here for a couple of years pretty
regularly. Beginning to feel like I know some of you from reading so
many post. Been thinking about buying an Osborne EB-3 miter guide
like the one Norm uses. Just wondering if anyone here uses one and if
it is as cool as it looks on The NYW. My thoughts are I don't see
many real crappy tools on that show. I am 60 years old and been
hacking wood for about 35 years. Thanks to you guys I have a great
blade on my TS now and it is tuned up!
==================I am also 60 but I have been a serious wookdwrker a little longer then your
35 years.... lol...
Anyway I have (but very very rarely use) an Incra 2000
...dead on accurate BUT heavy and NOT really a pleasure to use... Today I
would buy the 1000 low end model and save the bucks
90 percent of my miters are 45 degree cuts so I just took the time and built
a sled ... end of problem for 90 percent of the miters I cut...when I run
into the odd ball miters out comes the Incra...
I am 50 and the JDS Accu-Miter is great! But is also extremely heavy
for a miter guage-and it is built of aluminum. Maybe if it was built
of carbon fibers ???
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