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Posted on Issues with router table extension and sacrificial fence...

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MattyMattAg

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#1 posted 06-11-2014 09:29 PM

My 1023 has a right wing router extension, and I was feeding the piece from the front of the TS to the back, or left to right when standing on the right side of the TS. I made sure I was feeding the piece slowly, taking off a small amount each time, and that the cutting half was cutting into the feed and the freed half of the bit was moving away, or with the direction of the feed.

I guess that answers my question on why I need a sacrificial fence. The bit was a Craftsman bit… not the best quality but not the worst by any means.

-- If Jesus was a carpenter, what better profession could there be?


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