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Hi guys, I'm getting back into woodworking after laying off for a while and have now found that the wood side pieces of my Enlon cabinet table saw fence has developed a warp at the end due to moisture I'm pretty sure.
I want to replace them with pieces of phenolic resin and need help removing the wood as there is no mechanical fasteners that I can find. I assume this means that they are glued on, any help would be appreciated. Pat
 

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After finding out there were screws under the laminate I managed to get the wood and rest of the cheaply made fence boards off. Does anyone know where I can get some phenolic resin strips to attach to the fence and how to best accomplish attaching them? Thanks Pat
 

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Guys, I'm bringing this back to the top for an additional question. I found some material thru Rockler and was wondering is there an adhesive which will hold this material to a plywood or solid substrate?
 

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Their is a company called Acme Plastic in NJ you can find them on the web. Give them a call and they can tell you what adhesive will work, I have done busines with them before and are very helpful.
 
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