I watch Bob and Rick show all the time and I was inpress the way Bob used the fence just about all the time, cut the pocket and then flush the bearing out with the brass set up bars...
So I said looks good to me and then I made a fence or two just like the one they use and started wiping out the fences left and right.
But I used hardwood and MDF
Got to be a way to not replace the fence all the time.
Then I saw the new fence that Marc came up with and I said that's it,drop in a blank center part only...
But I said lets take it one step more with the T & G to lock it in..and I can make 5 blanks or so at a time when I have the T & G bits in the router table.
Then I said ,wow it works ,great....and it's quick and easy to use and to use Bob's words 'make it simple'.
Here's a snapshot of some new push blocks I made, note the over size I found out that they really help when pushing and trying to hold the sock into the fence when running the stock upright, like putting in the slot in a face frame for case work. http://www.routerforums.com/attachme...achmentid=2533 http://www.routerforums.com/attachme...achmentid=2482
Just a note about the digital camera, I have 3 of them one I take every where that's a cheap one I got for 15.oo bucks and it works great and the others are the high end Kodak ones that I use on trips and alike..
The cheap one works the same as the Kodak, USB port hookup but I don't worrie about putting in my pocket or leave it in my car seat like I do when I have the Kodak with me.
They can just get up and walk off some how... hahahahaha...
Here's a link to the Cam. I got for 15.oo bucks http://www.surpluscomputers.com/stor...&item=IMG10087
Have a good weekend