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Old 11-15-2017, 11:53 AM
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Dino,

the new website looks good to me. I notice a couple of things that look like possible oversights.

1. The sliding cross rail extensions for the EZ 1 are not listed.

2. the track saw components only list the deep clamp and not the regular clamps. are you guys only going to make the deep ones going forward?

thanks,
Jim

Do you guys have any UHMW in 1/2" thickness for sale now?
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Old 11-15-2017, 08:31 PM
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Dino,

the new website looks good to me. I notice a couple of things that look like possible oversights.

1. The sliding cross rail extensions for the EZ 1 are not listed.

2. the track saw components only list the deep clamp and not the regular clamps. are you guys only going to make the deep ones going forward?

thanks,
Jim

Do you guys have any UHMW in 1/2" thickness for sale now?
Jim.
Yes, we do have the UHMW in stock.
We will post it soon.
The deep clamps is a mistake. The website guy ( Mike) is going to fast and I have to stay in top of him all day but I have to do other things and he never ask until the page is done.
artists..what you expect?

tx.
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Old 11-15-2017, 10:28 PM
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For the EZReady Tools, the last item, Bosch router, has the description of the Hitachi router.
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Old 11-16-2017, 07:58 AM
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For the EZReady Tools, the last item, Bosch router, has the description of the Hitachi router.
thanks Tom
I will use your post to slow down the website guy.
Charles is going way fast and we talked about that.
we will fix anything and everything,
Thanks..that will help us
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Old 11-16-2017, 08:22 PM
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Regarding the EZSMART Clamp Upgrade on the web site ...

I thought that the web site used to show a picture of the entire assembly clamped on a board and "right-side-up", showing that the long clamp bolts with plastic tips act like legs supporting the rail during the cut, but maybe I'm wrong.

I think that kind of picture picture should be the last in the set of pictures shown, so a potential buyer can see how it works in actual use.

I'm glad the text makes it VERY clear that the buyer needs to purchase a quantity of 2 to upgrade two regular clamps. Nice.
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Old 11-16-2017, 08:38 PM
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The Track Saw Systems website listings longer than 54 inches need to describe exactly what is in each of the packages.

I assume each the 108" = 54" + 54", the 118" = 54" + 64", and the 144" = 72" + 72". I assume some of these packages include the center connector, and some don't.
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Old 11-16-2017, 08:48 PM
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Just looking through and trying to help clean up the the new website - no offense intended ... For the EZSMART Guide Rail Connector - Center Channel the second description bullet is kind of odd.

It says "The sale item in this page is the loose connector in top of the EZ Tool Track", but it's not obvious that any connector is loose in the pictures.

I think so long as the last bullet says "The two outside channel connectors are shown for better understanding of the EZ connection System" it is pretty clear without that second bullet.
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Old 11-25-2017, 01:15 PM
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Dino,

Greatly appreciate the new site. It is much quicker and seems easier to navigate.

I noticed that there are no items on the "Cut and Assemble Tables" link.

EDIT: I also can't find the regular connector extrusion 'by the foot'. I'm putting together an order for various things to include a couple sale items, wanted to stock up on a couple or so feet of it.

EDIT 2: Also can't find the new dust collection kit.
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Old 11-25-2017, 09:48 PM
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Dino,

Greatly appreciate the new site. It is much quicker and seems easier to navigate.

I noticed that there are no items on the "Cut and Assemble Tables" link.

EDIT: I also can't find the regular connector extrusion 'by the foot'. I'm putting together an order for various things to include a couple sale items, wanted to stock up on a couple or so feet of it.

EDIT 2: Also can't find the new dust collection kit.
Thanks Roy,
I will fix all the above and more.

tx again and keep correcting the old man.
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Old 12-03-2017, 01:42 PM
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Hey Dino,

I like how the new web site is evolving. I see a new issue that may cause some confusion for new customers...

when you click on Track Saw Systems, the site reads " (systems over 36" consist of Two Tracks) shoudn't that read something like (systems over 72" consists of Two Tracks)

I like how you have a grid under "whats included" that has a pictorial of what is received with each package.

thanks,
Jim
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