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Ironically, at less than $300, this is still quite a bit cheaper than most of Bosch’s corded miter saw lineup. Charlie R { Conductive hook and loop tape was used extensively in the Space Shuttle program for temporarily installed protective covers on the SRB booster segments. Chris { Rumor has it harbor freight was forced to discontinue the machine for patent issues. For the past two-and-a-half years, I’ve been testing the Stages power meter on and off, letting a few friends try it out between my own testing. My own experiences have spanned a couple years worth of firmware development that’s seen some marked upgrades and improvements, all with very few issues.
All installation is done on factory fresh cranksets in house, so you can’t retrofit it to your existing cranks. Our test unit was adhered to a Dura-Ace 9000 crank arm and only added 11g with battery installed. During early use, I had the bike on the back of our van for cross country, multi-month road trips with the family. I have had a couple issues with dropped connections recently, particularly when coasting for 20-30 seconds or stopping to check a text or voicemail, but in most instances it would reconnect pretty quickly. Another tip to improve connection stability is to manually type in the power meter’s ANT+ ID rather than let it search for it automatically. The latest Stages update also brought the firmware into full compliance with the latest ratified BLE Bluetooth standard. I’ve used the Stages on several road bikes and my cyclocross bike, paired to cycling computers from Garmin, Sigma, CycleOps and Magellan.
Regardless, it’s been ridden and transported through hot and cold, wet and dry for a long time and has held up just fine. I know most have some sort of post-purchase rationalization so they won’t accept that doubling power is a deeply flawed concept.
My other buddy, went through 3 of them, and ultimately returned the third to stages because it just wasn’t accurate enough for him.
I am a long time powertap user(and recently quarq), and got super excited when this came out.
I’ve had two of them for two years now and have only had one issue with the battery door breaking. So BEERTECH, it wasn’t user error, it was a flaw in the original design of the tiny door tabs. I’ve changed battery twice since using the new batt doors and they are holding on strong.
My experience with customer service has been very good,except for their denial of the battery drain issue being an issue. Well my friends, I spoke too soon… My stages quit working yesterday so i figured it was the battery running out.
Anyhow, I replaced the Batt and went to do the zero offset and it was reading 4900 rather than its usual 900. I run Stages, have loved power, but recently became concerned about power drift, as it’s been reading lower power output recently compared to few months back.
All riders from the best cycling team in the world in 2013 will ride with power2max Type S power meters this year. power2max and Movistar Team have signed a sponsorship agreement starting 2014 that will the world’s best cycling team of 2013 train and race with power2max Type S power meters for Campagnolo 11-speed cranks. The Type S Campagnolo power meter was developed specifically for power meter compatible Campagnolo 11-speed Ultratorque cranks and will be used by Movistar Team on its Canyon Aeroad, Ultimate CF SLX and Speedmax team bikes.
While a chop saw isn't what you want if you need to rip large pieces of lumber or cut wide pieces, any standard power chop saw will do angled cuts.
If you only want a basic chop saw, you are limited in your width and depth of cut to what your blade can reach. If you're looking for a compound chop saw, the middle-priced models can make all basic cuts plus tilts to one side and may possibly have the slide feature depending how much you are spending. By sticking to the major brands this saw is sufficiant for all trim work providing it is the 10 inch blade size model and has the slider.
Some companies that make power miter saws include Bosch, Makita Milwaukee, Dewalt, Delta and Rigid, among many others. As we introduced them to you this spring, Verve Cycling is now delivering the production version of their new power metering crankset, the Infocrank. Having recently finished final beta testing and now been delivered to early supporters, we had the unique opportunity to borrow a set of the power metering cranks directly from Verve Cycling’s president for just over a week to see what customers could expect.
One of the first things to notice is that Verve focused their involvement on what they do best and that is the technology of building a high quality, precision power meter directly integrated into the load path of their own optimized crankset design. Verve pairs their base cranks with the exceptionally well received Praxis Works forged chainrings and a Praxis bottom bracket (M30 or BSA) leaving those parts to the specialists.
The 694 gram-claimed Infocrank is a forged 6000 series aluminum crankset with an integral 110 BCD compact spider and machined recesses in each arm housing individual left and right power metering modules. Paired with the included cadence magnets (both BB cup mounted magnets like we used and an adhesive-mount magnet are included), the crank translates direct torque (Nm) measurement into power (W) and includes cadence (rpm) tracking. With left and right measurement the Infocrank allows power balance analysis, as well as per pedal torque and pedaling efficiencies not often tracked by other power meters. A unique feature of the Infocrank is the configuration and factory calibration of the strain gauges directly in the load path between pedal input and crank rotation, meaning there is no need to ever recalibrate the crank during normal use, greatly simplifying operation versus the competition and removing a common opportunity for user error. The design and layout of the strain gauges automatically eliminates data drift over time, compensating for temperature and pressure changes, ensuring that it reliably measures power in all conditions. The Infocrank power meter was developed in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Sport, who has been responsible for testing accuracy and drift, the defining hallmarks of the Infocrank. That means ±1% for measurements of about 160W and above, while independent tests have measured the max deviation of just over half of that. With variation regularly ±10% between many of the current power meters on the market, the Infocrank may be a market leader in terms of true accuracy. Data transfer is wireless by the ANT+ standard allowing pairing with almost any cycling computer, although not all on the market can benefit from full bilateral data streams. Each power measuring module is powered by a user-replaceable button cell battery with a 500 hour operational life. Verve works closely with their Affiliate network to continuously develop and deliver firmware updates to incorporate added functionality with the latest ANT+ protocols to meet end user needs.
It includes a set of forged Praxis chainrings, a Praxis bottom bracket, the Praxis BB installation tool, both stick-on and BB-mounted cadence magnets, and the O_synce Navi2coach GPS head unit. All Infocranks include a 2 year warranty.
Our goal with the growth of the power meter market was to see how a typical rider might set up and use the Infocrank. For our short test period the weather faired well, so we didn’t get past dusty gravel roads and the occasional puddle to see how the power meter stood up to the elements.


From a functionality perspective the Infocrank was easy to use and worked perfectly through our test.
The oversized forged crank arms themselves seemed stiff enough, as does the 30mm spindle, although probably not quite as stiff as a pair of high-end carbon cranks.
I was surprised and sometimes annoyed at how slow the Navi2coach was to pick up a GPS signal here in central Europe compared to the Garmin 800, which tends to be slow itself, even after having been used for several days at the same start point. Well, as someone who only begrudgingly trains part of the year so that I don’t suffer on a few key events and then again through cyclocross season, I think detailed display of the data was distracting.
Now with all of the data generated and the repeatability and accuracy that Verve is promising, someone seriously training or racing at a high level could really benefit from some deep data analysis. I personally feel like detailed power at my fingertips is more than I need, until I decide to get a bit more serious with training.
There is something odd about their product installation on their website that I cannot wrap my head around!
A little background: We went with 110 compact to launch as this is actually our biggest target market. A little back ground; We went with 110 as the launch spec for Infocrank as this represents our largest target market. I would like to see this released as a PM-only option, as I (and many other riders) already have a perfectly functional Garmin 800 head that I don’t want to give up the features on (mapping, turn by turn, etc). Then accelerate until you have reached the target speed or until you have covered the specified distance.
In order to make your work accurate, our DEWALT DW716 15 Amp 12-Inch Double-Bevel Compound Miter Saw is compatible with the DEWALT DW7187 adjustable miter saw laser system, which ensures that the cutting path is clear to see. It allows you to setup for bevel cuts that measure between 0 degrees and 48 degrees to the left and bevels that measure between 0 degrees and 3 degrees to the right, providing increased capacity for big jobs. This is something you mount on a bench (with permanent power) or you run all day long on a site. Their process is what they say sets them apart, and it takes them two days to make and install one on each crank. So, you can have it linked to your smartphone or the new Polar M450 cycling computers along with any ANT+ computer. Fortunately, they’re easily done through their smartphone app, which sends the update to the unit wirelessly over Bluetooth. So, if you have a bike with these types of brakes, maybe best to borrow a friend’s Stages crank and test it out. After talking with the folks at Stages, it turns out several running hardware improvements have been made since my unit arrived. This forces the computer to only look for that power meter, which prevents it from going into a random search mode.
Generally, each of the computers has found the device and paired easily, though there are occasional dropped connections.
I’ve had the Rival version for about 15 months and the Ultegra 6800 for about four months. It just didn’t have the same TSS and IF scores that my other power meters were recording.
The first time it broke they overnighted me a brand new arm and included a shipping label to return the old.
While the initial unit did fail within 6 months and fall off Stages took care of it right away and I haven’t had an issue since. The first powere meter was replaced on warranty, it’s replacement has been trouble free except for battery life.
They fail at the step 1 of customer service though, making products that don’t require contacting customer service. Only issue mine’s had, was connection issue with Garmin 910 when wrist mounted, and the 1st gen battery doors which they replaced. Of course the Type S power meter retains the qualities that power2max power meters are known for: designed2fit, simple2use, built2resist, ±2% precision, Made in Germany, ANT+ left-right balance.
Accurate and consistent power data is a key piece of the puzzle,” says Eusebio Unzue, director of Movistar Team. We wish Movistar Team all the best for its 2014 racing season – of course with the help of power2max Type S!
A compound mitre saw not only cuts on an angle, but you can tip the blade to the side if you wish, essentially giving two angled cuts at the same time. Some chop saws only tilt in one direction, but others offer the ability to tilt in either direction for easier angles.
Most cheaper models do not cut on a bevel but for just very basic trimming or cutting with a sharp blade they will work.
The power meter can now be ordered online, and is shipped consumer-direct from either their EU, US, or Oceania distribution hubs. Bryan Taylor lent us his personal Cervelo R3 with the Infocrank installed while he was traveling on business, giving us a chance to go through the new setup process with the included O_synce Navi2coach GPS computer, as well as to pair it with a standard Garmin Edge computer. From the beginning Verve honed in on the science behind power metering with a single goal to “measure power accurately”, something they were disappointed to discover was not easy to find on the cycling market where in-lab and real-world results didn’t always agree or remain consistent. They also includes the Navi2coach head unit from German company O_synce (something of an analogue to the Garmin 500) where they were able to have greater input into the development of the user interface and the use of key bilateral metrics. As a result,  Verve is very adamant in reminding that the “accuracy of an InfoCrank will not change over time.
Also working with computer provider O_synce, they are one of the first systems to include the newly developed bilateral Torque Efficiency (per pedal) and Pedaling Efficiency (per pedal) protocols. The test unit we received was already installed, but we needed to set up a couple of GPS head units from scratch. Verve does recommend against direct pressure washing as is standard for power meters, but the crankset is IPX7 rated (to 1m) so water infiltration won’t be a regular concern. I also certainly appreciated the inclusion of well-trusted parts from Praxis, which ensured good stiffness and excellent shifting that simply disappeared under pedal. The 800 sometimes took 10 seconds more than a Garmin Edge 200 I had on hand, while the Navi2coach was up to 25 seconds slower. Some thought the crankset looked very bulky or too angular, while I personally like its somewhat industrial aesthetic. I was most intrigued how my power output, both instantaneous and 3-5 second averages, stayed very unbalanced depending on which leg I started with for a hard sprint or out of the saddle climbing effort.
Unless you train with power year-round, real live power output is just an abstract number, and over the top for most users. I imagine that when cyclocross season comes around I’ll realize how much it would have helped me, so until then I will just need to find a more competitive friend to buy an Infocrank that I can borrow a couple of times a year to benchmark myself. But as I alluded to above, if the Infocrank sounds really good to you and you are just waiting for a 130 BCD, you probably won’t have to wait too long.
The app is able to save the last ten results, so you can also compare your performance with others.
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In order to solve this problem, Our DEWALT DW716 15 Amp 12-Inch Double-Bevel Compound Miter Saw contains a precise miter system’s adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate features 11 positive stops for easy setup and improved productivity.
What’s more, with Four hardened steel bevel stops at 0, 33.9, 45 and 48 degrees for versatility. Included in the box are the user manual and one battery preinstalled (not the two extras shown here), which is good for about 200 hours of use. Just make sure your cycling computer is off when performing a firmware update…I found that having the power meter connected to a computer interrupted the update process. Word is, that was a common complaint which was finally remedied with the latest firmware update about a month ago (as of this post). The main one has to do with improved battery contact patches, better O-ring seal around the battery, and new materials on the battery door, all of which maintains power flow so the unit will stay in contact with the computer.
Not enough to be a nuisance, but when the battery gets low it can make it difficult to keep it awake and paired. That last feature has made it easy to move between my Shimano equipped bikes and let friends borrow it.
If a pro team with a ligament shot to win an overall title at just about any race they enter use it, I think it’ll work for me.
Only mechanical problem has been one broken battery compartment door, which was replaced by two new ones at no cost.
Power readings and averages seemed close enough but my biggest problem was the measurements TSS and IF measurements.
The batt door broke again but this time they sent me 2 batt doors but also assured me that it shouldn’t break again because they had redesigned it. At the time they said their early units used an adhesive that was too strong and thus brittle. These saws look a lot like a circular saw mounted on a hinged guide that includes a fence and a miter index.
It is more complicated to adjust for angled cuts, and the expense may make some people think twice. Make sure it is unplugged if you are changing the blade, and be sure and follow all recommended instructions for use.
Then through a network of worldwide Affiliates, they can work with you to make sure you take full advantage of the power meter’s training capabilities. We tested out the cranks on a few regular mid-length group and solo road rides, as well as giving it a go on some gravel, and even a bout on the indoor trainer. We first started with the new Verve-branded Navi2coach that comes with the Infocrank, and while its user interface seemed to take a little while to get the hang of, pairing the power meter was easy and straightforward. Plus, Verve has prepared a very concise and helpful set of installation videos on their youtube channel that should alleviate any concerns.
The flush installation of the power metering modules inside of the stout aluminum arms should also keep the sensitive parts safe.
While just an annoyance, my impatience meant that data collection started a couple hundred meters after I started each ride. Even though the Navi2coach computer was totally functional, the lack of real mapping or a touchscreen interface were turnoffs for me, and being used to an Edge 800 I would prefer to have the power meter offered individually. It was nice to have the power balance numbers and the 3 and 30 second averages to show me what my real power output was on some familiar extended climbs and flat Strava TT segments, but the amount of data you can display is pretty overwhelming.
With this, you can setup and take down quicker than the other table saws, it will save your time. And they say they’re now among the largest cycling power meter brands by unit volume, especially when you include their indoor stationary cycles.
Then the gauge platform is installed, it’s left to bond, then the electronics are soldered on, tested and sealed.
The app will also show power output if you just want that simple bit of data while on the trainer.
A couple of times I’ve found some moisture in the battery compartment and I suspect one battery was run flat because of that. The goal was less about testing the accuracy of the power meter (a point where Verve seems to excel, btw) and more about how a rider might set up and actually use the Infocrank. One minor concern we might have is that these power metering modules are located on the crank arm where heel draggers tend to scuff their cranks. Of course you could start without a GPS signal, and I had no problems collecting power, heart rate, and cadence data when riding inside on the trainer. I am a big fan of compact cranks, but again I was asked why it doesn’t come in a standard road 130BCD since that’s what most ‘racers’ use. But in general seeing as how my overall power output was pretty well balanced (within 5-10% on average), there really wasn’t a real benefit for me vs.
These training professionals with expertise on the Infocrank can help you decide if you want to make the jump from amateur cyclist and data collector to a serious competitive cyclist with their further services.
That, along with pro team endorsements and usage, should say something about their quality. Then, finally, they’re calibrated twice, once for force and once for temperature compensation. O_synce has a nice looking piece of software called trainingLab to adjust the settings from your home computer, but unfortunately it is not Mac-friendly so I stuck to doing everything through the GPS’s interface to see how easy it would be.
It is likely not a concern (again being flush, or actually very slightly recessed, and protected by the aluminum arms), but if you pedal with heels in it would probably be worth keeping an eye on the covers over time for any significant wear. I don’t have much of a response to that except to say Verve is working on it, so keep your eyes open for news in the near future. So, domestic labor is a big part of the cost, but they warranty it for one year with an optional two-year no questions asked warranty. The difference between the two versions is that the slide version either slides and hinges, or just slides. Either way, the sliding compound mitre saw enables you to cut miters on larger pieces of wood and moldings. As a comparison, I also paired the power meter to a Garmin Edge 800, which was also simple and a bit quicker using an interface I was more familiar with. Only difference I can think of is temperature, the May session was at an avg temp of 15degC, Jul session at avg of 9degC.
Will pursue this for a bit yet with Stages support but will eventually give up and get my money back. 2015 - 14:52Training with a power meterThe Power of Strasser Part 2 – 207 Big Macs to cross the USA09.



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