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I needed a fence for my bandsaw for resaw. As usual, I had left over material to use. This is Baltic Birch, Maple and Walnut. I used a scrap piece of plastic laminate for the face. I made a block for the T-track on the bottom
to clamp to the bandsaw table. Hopefully, the pictures are self explanatory.

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seriously kent , your work is the best !
your jigs , look like art in themselves .
i would need a mantle in every room ,
just to keep them safe !

Beautyfull .
 

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The coolest fence ever!
 

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What, no bubinga?
Sorry Kent couldn't help myself!
Seriously nice jig, bet it works like a charm.
 

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thats a very pretty fence you sir are a true craftsman I am proud to be considered an aquaintance of yours. Alistair
 

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Larry, You're just jealous (or funny) Maybe I'll use Purpleheart next time.
 

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Beautiful fence. I like it.
 

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Hey Kent
Hows things deep in the heart of…..hows that go? LOL This is another Rolls Royce of jigs your standard method of operations. Cool design and a real beaute.
 

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This is an awesome jig. I threw one together over the weekend to cut bridle joints and it is way to ugly, but effective, to post!
 

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Great looking jig.

Must be easy to adjust for blade drift.
 

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Great jig as usual Kent.
 

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thats a serious fence. you surely didn't rush to slap that fence on
 

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How did I ever miss this one? That is one sweet lookin BS Fence!
Do the side clamps hold firm? More importantly when you loosen them does the fence move easily?
I a true beauty!!! Nicely done and thank for sharing.
Favorited for future plagaristic endeavors.
 

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Almost too pretty to use….great looking work…and beautiful wood…I will have to second Ratchet's idea.
 

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ratchet, Thanks-the clamps do hold well, and it moves easily. I realized, I need to add a piece on the bottom to create a "T-Square" to make it easier to line up.

Love your big words by the way--Please send dictionary.
 

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If only my projects looked as good as your jigs and fixtures…................................
 

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Every one said it much more eliquenty than I ever can. So I'll just add WOW to the tenth power….!
 
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