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That would work well. You would not need the tripod structure but it is quite heavy so you would need a counterbalance for the whole unit and another counterbalance for the saw.
Try the folks that install solar panels. THat is where I got mine.
Thanks for the comment. I would like to see your alternative to the track system. I had considered the rollers but rejected it because of a number of technical difficulties. I like the idea of folding up. I need to put mine in the truck and go to different job sites hence the design and size. The arm support works well and fits within the same bag I made to transport the saw.
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I had used a small solar panel (15 W) and battery but the power supply was simpler and reqired a much smaller outlay. PS Power supplies are available for both 110 and 220 systems.
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