Great. I will measure when I get home. It is manual. I might remove where the tube attached to. Has a counter weight inside and the track in the front. L shape on both sides bearing in the track. I believe it a tad over 6ft. Probably 8 in squareUSMC_Buckaroo said:Howdy MasterSpinter, Being a retired Architect and an (almost) degree'd Engineer I might be able to make a suggestion but...need a wee bit more specifics on the items parameters. Q?...multiple sliding mechanisms, or just one? How are they actuated, air, pneumatic or manual? Can it be operated in a horizontal position? What are it's max/min opening/closing dimensions? Need more information to put my Inventors hat on...... :smartass: Buck.
That was the direction I was thinking also.captainawesome said:How precise is the sliding mechanism? After seeing that slab in the background of the first photo, I'm imagining an arm of some sort that extends perpendicular to the track. You could set up the new arm to hold your router and use it as a router planing jig for slabs? Just a thought.
That would be cool. Wish you did live closer.captainawesome said:This is going to be VERY cool! I just wish you were closer to my location so I could see it in person! I'm no expert, but I've done my fair share of welding and fabricating. Let me know if there is anyway I can assist.