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#1 posted 04-20-2018 12:32 PM

+1 for a saw wing, I started with a bench-top, and the size and stability always drove me nuts. On my saw I’m able to use my TS fence with the router table too. I’ve made a router fence that is boxed with adjustable left and right faces that I clamp to the TS fence and it provides topside DC. The weight of the saw and the size of the table makes using it a huge improvement. One thing I have not done and occasionally consider is to cut in a miter slot, put I generally make custom sleds with hold downs like Kelster above, and they just run along the fence. I run the big 3hp PC plunge router modified with the Router Raiser Maybe one day I’ll go for a fancy lift but again, for my needs this works great.

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