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06-27-2011 01:41 PM
Santé Hello everyone,

Here's how I fixed my defense. I do not shake vertically but left to right
Here are photos of the table under construction
no bolt to be tightened, just a lever to raise
This is the best!
06-27-2011 10:43 AM
derek willis You've got it Pete, that's exactly what you need, one of the most useful objects when jig building, and isn't it what I said in my post previous, post no. 774
06-27-2011 08:25 AM
richard soderberg Good Morning Derek,

All the ideas stimulate creativity and move us to see out side our box.

I found what I was calling inserts for my table to hold the fence to the out feed table. They are called T-Nuts. They can be mounted in the underside of the table to hold down the fence with threaded knobs.
06-21-2011 07:32 AM
derek willis Pete
Glad it was some help, ideas can always be adapted.
06-21-2011 07:11 AM
richard soderberg Good Morning Derek,

Thanks for your input re: tee slots. Your input has brought me to using inserts in the table 1/4 -3/8 " ? The type that they use for adjusting tables,stands, chairs to level or stabilize what ever one is working on.


06-21-2011 07:04 AM
richard soderberg Hey Howard,
I filled out my profile :-)

thanks pete
06-21-2011 07:01 AM
richard soderberg Good morning Howard,

I like the idea of the 0-clearance. I will figure out a way to create this with inserts from plastic that can be slid in and out for different size bits and be able to hang them on the side of the table for quick access. When done will post picture if I can figure this out, computers can be challenging.

06-21-2011 06:52 AM
richard soderberg Hey Tom,

Thank your input. I like the high density polyethylene. There is a plastics mfg/dist. 20 miles from me and will check this option out when I head that way. I am going to put inserts flush in the table to accept 5/16-3/8? and put handles in the fence. one will have a bushing inserted on one side as not to ware out the plastic and I will slot the other end at the radius to allow movement and clamp to table through the insert.


06-14-2011 03:38 AM
Santé Hello everyone,
I liked Cassandra's formula that made ​​me laugh a lot.
In all this, there is also pleasure. Some find this in the possession of beautiful very sophisticated equipment, and others (like me) find more pleasure in the manufacture of tooling "self made​​" that will do the job than in the job itself ..
06-14-2011 03:28 AM
derek willis Rout two grooves in the top as guides, affix the guides to bottom of fence, screw whole thing down with toggles into tee nuts, had mine for so long it is almost antique
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