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Posted on Would you add a miter slot to your router table?

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#1 posted 08-20-2016 06:28 PM

You don’t need it but if you feel like getting fancy it’s
fine to add it. A t-track may be more useful.

In cutting tenons a fence with a backing block is
more useful. The reason is it’s awkward to set a
router fence parallel to a miter slot.

You’ll get used to whatever you have. I do like
the newer fancy adjustable fingerboards… but I use
the ones that go in t-slots.

You can get extrusions that have a t-slot and a
miter gauge slot next to each other.

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