Eurekazone - EZSMART EZ-ONE Woodworking Center
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Break down sheet goods like a panel saw, make repeat cuts like a table saw, and cut to length like a miter saw, all with versatile EZ-ONE Woodworker Center. All of these cut are made with no tear-out, no kick-back, and no danger of pushing the wood into a spinning blade. The unique bridge raises and lowers the track and saw. This allows the wood to easily slide under the bridge and be positioned by the precision stops for repeatable accuracy. As the bridge is lowered it holds the wood in place. It is now ready for cross cuts, rip cuts, narrow cuts, and beveled cuts. The wood can be set at any angle without the threat of kick-back. Large pieces, small pieces, and even odd shaped pieces can be held in place by the bridge.
It is safe for the hobbyist, professional, and the student learning the woodworking trade. This system also requires much less space than a conventional table saw. A smaller footprint and an affordable price allows the EZ-ONE Woodworking center to fit into almost any shop and budget. Its expandability and adaptability also lets the system grow with your changing needs. This innovated, patented system wows many woodworkers with its versatility and ease of use. Using this system can give you the confidence to produce beautiful cabinets, shelves, speakers, man-caves, and furniture. This ability to make almost any cut safely and accurately truly sets the EZ-ONE Woodworking Center apart from any other sawing method.
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