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  • Beisemeyer on TS3650 and Thanks

    Put my new Biesemeyer BC-30 on my new 3650. Thanks to all the forum members for literally years of great information I used to assemble the saw and fence. Pics below.

    As you can see I also built a new mobile base for the saw. Consequently, I now have have perfectly new and unused Fence, rails, and Herc-U-Lift Mobile base left over.

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    Last edited by tsbarton; 09-09-2010, 10:08 PM. Reason: Extra parts pics

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    Re: Beisemeyer on TS3650 and Thanks

    Looks good.

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    • #3
      Re: Beisemeyer on TS3650 and Thanks

      Nice. I have a Bies on my 3650, too. You'll like it.

      If you want to part with the left over ridgid fence parts, send me a PM. I have a use for them.

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      • #4
        Re: Beisemeyer on TS3650 and Thanks

        Great setup you've got there.

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        • #5
          Re: Beisemeyer on TS3650 and Thanks

          The boards extending beyond the footprint of the saw could present a trip hazard. I built a similar setup for my table saw and put the wheels inside the footprint of the saw legs.

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          • #6
            Re: Beisemeyer on TS3650 and Thanks

            How much for that Ridgid fence and rails?

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