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I would be very interested in having contact with someone with this system. I purchased a table and the cabinet makers fence, have never set it up or used. Don't have the video and having trouble in visioning this whole thing from the instruction book.
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Welcome to the forum Rod. I am sure someone will come along and try to assist you.

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Greetings and welcome rod,to the router forums community.

Rod use the community search engine this question comes up quite often!

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Hi Rod,
I don't have a video but I do have the system. I help any way I can.

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I had one of these in my first go-around of woodworking... I wish I had kept it!
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Is there an instruction book? I have a rather large Reference Handbook and Template Collection. I think I understand how to attach the pieces, fence and clincher but don't understand how those would be used with the table. I am wondering if I passed on buying a necessary piece which may attach to the two long slots in the table. The reference handbook references attaching the clincher to a 1/2 or 3/4 piece of material and at this point I get more confused. Do you perhaps have a picture of your set up?
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Rod, Mine is on a Shopsmith. IIRC, there's no manual. All I had was a few pages of installation instructions specific to my saw.
Is yours the "Saw Train"?
Mine has no long slots like you referenced.
I can get some pics for you but, I'm not sure they'd do you any good since it's Shopsmith specific. Let me know.
My fence spans the table, as does the clincher base with the clincher off to the right. There are two points where the fence and the clincher are tightened to rails that are part of the set up and are bolted to the front and back edges of the saw table.

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Is there an instruction book? I have a rather large Reference Handbook and Template Collection. I think I understand how to attach the pieces, fence and clincher but don't understand how those would be used with the table. I am wondering if I passed on buying a necessary piece which may attach to the two long slots in the table. The reference handbook references attaching the clincher to a 1/2 or 3/4 piece of material and at this point I get more confused. Do you perhaps have a picture of your set up?

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Here's a pic of my setup. I have holes drilled in my router table top to accept the 2 threaded bolts and I can use the slots to align it like I want. After I squared it to the top, I used a felt tipped marker to mark the location so I can easily get it in same position. I don't have a permanent router table so I have to set it up every time.

I do have a copy of the instructional video in VHS format. I was able to convert it to DVD since it did not have any copy protection on the tape format. The label on the tape says it is copyrighted so I don't know if a copy could be posted on the forum or U-tube. The company is out of business but I don't know if that matters.

I don't have the application that would convert it to MPG or AVI format that could be posted anyway.
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Rod, Mine is on a Shopsmith. IIRC, there's no manual. All I had was a few pages of installation instructions specific to my saw.
Is yours the "Saw Train"?
Mine has no long slots like you referenced.
I can get some pics for you but, I'm not sure they'd do you any good since it's Shopsmith specific. Let me know.
My fence spans the table, as does the clincher base with the clincher off to the right. There are two points where the fence and the clincher are tightened to rails that are part of the set up and are bolted to the front and back edges of the saw table.
Thanks for the reply.
Don't think the pictures would help as I am attaching to the table that will be attached to a cabinet permanently. The system I have is the "Cabinet Makers" and I mis-spoke myself, the table does not have slots but rather two holes that appear would be for attaching a slotted base sor adjusting.
Thanks again, appreciate your help. Maybe I will succeed and send a picture how it comes out.
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