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This is a barely used JessEm Mast-R-Slide sliding table for a table saw. It was purchased as new old stock a few weeks ago, installed and used for a few days. It is still like new and comes with all original packaging and the registration card. It is currently repacked in the original box and padding so I can easily ship.
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See this link for a nice review: http://benchmark.20m.com/reviews/JessEmMasterSlide/JessEmMastrSlideReview.html
$300 plus actual shipping or pick up in Salt Lake City.
Cheers,
Jim
 

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They work well. I had one for awhile. Sold the saw it as
on prior to a long distance move. It has minor annoyances
because the fence has to be removed for ripping anything
over 30" or so long and there are knobs to twist to do that.

That's an annoyance on my current slider too, though it
has a bit more space for ripping with the carriage retracted.

The Jessem works well. They had some that shipped
with defective crosscut stops. I bought one such fence
on ebay (probably the defective fence Jessem had
replaced) and had to do a lot of work with a file
to get the stop reasonably correct.

... this was after having sold the whole slider thing. I thought
the fence was decent and I was looking for one
for a miter gauge and the defective-stop one came
up on ebay pretty reasonable.
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
I didn't really need a sliding table but jumped on that one when I saw it come up for sale locally as NOS. After installing and dialing it in I realized that, for what I do, my old set up was just fine.
Cheers,
Jim

I looked real hard at one of these, but couldn t find a place to purchase one. Why are you reselling so quickly?

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One of these stops didn't lock down initially but it only took a couple of minutes with a sharp file. The other one was fine.
Cheers,
Jim

They had some that shipped with defective crosscut stops. I bought one such fence
on ebay (probably the defective fence Jessem had
replaced) and had to do a lot of work with a file
to get the stop reasonably correct.
 
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