Pat Greco's BT3000

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  • Pat Greco's BT3000

    Originally Posted by Pat Greco in the category Mobile BT3000s

    Although this article does not contain any supporting text or instructions, it's photos give some great direction for adding multiple miter slots and a shop made outfeed table to the BT3000.


    Original PDF Document:
    greco.pdf

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