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post #1 of 6 Old 01-20-2020, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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The Best Table Saw Fence System

I made fence system lock with angel 26 degree/64 degre, this is make easy smooth, stabil and strong, why i not use 45 degree, if i use 45 degree more hard for move and not durable ans strong like 26 degree. i combine that with toggle clamp and extra addtional look on back fence for make stabil and strong.

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Many people come here just to post their YouTube videos. That is all you have done. Are you the next "YouTube Millionaire" trying to get people to look at your videos? I hope not.

Here is my advice:

* Be an active member of the community. Participate. Answer questions. Help out.

* Start one single thread for your videos. One thread only. Add your new videos as a new post to that one thread, rather than starting a new thread for each video link. That's what the respected members do here.

Most of the YouTube video link people like yourself come and go quickly. If you think that you can get a lot of subscribers from here, it won't work.
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i new guy in here, thank you for suggestion.
i read on many post but sometime i confuse will give what feedback on post, now i still silent reader.
i not only post my video but i give guide free plan and tutorial maybe member on this need that.

i really sorry if may post disturb all member on here
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i new guy in here, thank you for suggestion.
i read on many post but sometime i confuse will give what feedback on post, now i still silent reader.
i not only post my video but i give guide free plan and tutorial maybe member on this need that.

i really sorry if may post disturb all member on here
That's okay. From now on, put all your videos in one thread. Join in where you can.
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That's okay. From now on, put all your videos in one thread. Join in where you can.
thank you, i will do !!
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i new guy in here, thank you for suggestion.
i read on many post but sometime i confuse will give what feedback on post, now i still silent reader.
i not only post my video but i give guide free plan and tutorial maybe member on this need that.

i really sorry if may post disturb all member on here
Don't be sorry, that is only one persons opinion, so take it for what it is worth.
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