Don't worry, nearly everybody gets rid of the guard!bassethound":nnwbk1un said:'t like is the guard that if you use it seems to be in the way a bit, for me anyway and if you raise it up and it tips backward it hides the control panel so you have to drop it down to get access to the buttons so i have taken it off :roll: Pleased so far with it...
Alan dont go there with Hobbies i have had more hobbies than the Hobbits loladenyer":3pd68k2t said:Thanks Dave
Problem with me i have too many hobbies fishing, model aircraft, airbrushing etc, and if i were to save up for a hegner i might not get there as there is always something that comes along i think i need.
Thanks for a quick reply. Will post some pics when i actually get something finished (Hopefully).
I know it's been a while since I last posted on this topic but my attention has been taken up with other things (I bought a metal cutting lathe but we'll leave that for another time )bassethound":1mmcq1bt said:having got one of these last July,without thinking about pinned or pinless blades, i found the pinned blades worked fine for normal cuts although i couldn't find any finer pinned blades so after finding out the machine was supposed to be suitable for plain end blades as well i got a few finer plain end blades in order to try inside cuts, found out they worked fine although the fitting of those was a bit more difficult but i did manage after a while getting used to the saw