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Albuquerque, NM, US
I am always looking to improve all aspects of wood working. These three books cover some of the trickiest things we do. These would be a great addition to my collective studies.
Hey, I never realized that Fine Woodworking was dedicated to East coast woodworkers, I guess that leave all of us who live out in middle of the country out in the cold. Oh, well, perhaps you'll consider coming to Kansas, Texas, Colorado or somewhere like that??
I think the technology is great but when the Feds get involved watch out. I agree with those comments that want to look at the cost of licensing the tech for the saw. If this is mandated then mandate the license cost since this seems to be the only technology available today that would work. If the licensing is not controlled then in essence the Fed are setting up Gas as a monopoly. Last I heard monopolies were illegal as well. I also agree that if the saw malfunctions then Sawstop should replace the device for free. Put that in the mandate.
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