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Jun 18, 2012 - Uploaded by Isabel De Los Rios
Bosch TS1002 extends 18-inches and stores flush to table. It extends the working depth of Bosch 4000 10 ...
The outfeed table which is available from Shop Smith works very well once ... The bottom part supports the far end of the table while the near end attaches to the ... the screws can be installed through the brackets on the outfeed table to hold it in ....Insert one of the extension tubes in the rear rip fence rail, adjust it so it sticks ...
Are you any good at carpentry? If so, a couple of right angle brackets on the existing table to carry a piece of board cut to the same width as the existing table to extend it as far as you desire and a couple of legs or a short (upright) board with similar brackets at the other end. If however you're less capable with hand tools then maybe a few besser blocks (Cinder blocks in America) to carry a piece of board the size you wish it to be.
are the product dimensions as per your request - the table is 247cm long at
standard length. If you collapse the
sides to minimize, you will be looking at a length of 201cm; whereas if you
choose to open up the table, you will receive a length of 293cm. Hope this helps.
this is a design fault with the product, really poor quality item unfortunately - another from harveys furniture? you would be much better asking for a refund! they are selling on ebay still for about £150 if youre lucky, could probably get better quality for that price than this! pity as it looks nice, well mine did! lol i actually know someone whos interested in buying one (she hasnt room to extend it anyways) if you wana contact her she might take it off your hands - email@example.com
Mac decided not to go with USB 3.0 so you will have to use the USB 2.0 Y cable.
Using the USB Y cable. Plug the cable into the device first, then make sure to plug both USB's in to the computer starting with the short side USB then the longer side USB second. Also try using the USB's on the back side of the computer. Formatting with Mac OS X, version 10.5 or above.
1. Make sure you have copied any needed files to another location.
2. Select Applications > Utilities > Disk Utility
3. In the left hand column, click on the drive icon for the Iomega Hard Drive.Make sure you click on the high level icon, not the second level volume icon.
4. Select the Partition tab.
5. Change Volume Scheme from Current to 1 Partition.
6. Select the format type from the Format drop-down menu.
Select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) (recommended) or Mac OS Extended.
7. Click on the Options button.
8. Select the type of partition you want to use:
GUID Partition Table - for boot ability on Intel-based Macs
Apple Partition Map - for boot ability on PowerPC-based Macs
Master Boot Record - if you will use the drive on a PC as well as your Mac. Use this option ONLY if you selected PC-DOS as the format type.
CAUTION! In most cases, the computer will fail to format the drive as a Mac OS Extended (HFS+) partition using Master Boot Record. For best results, always choose GUID Partition Table (Intel) or Apple Partition Map (PowerPC).
9. Click OK.
10. Click Apply (10.5-10.6) or Partition (10.4). The drive is ready to use when the format completes.