Input on Kreg vs. Incra Router Tables
I'm about to upgrade away from my tablesaw-mounted Incra router table, and I'd appreciate some - all available - guidance from the Forum.
First, I'm very happy with the Incra system. Once it's setup in either a Table Saw mode or a Router Table mode, it works exactly the way I believe it should - it is precise, rock-solid tough, and repeatable.
However, the Incra system consumes a lot of shop real estate; as you need grey-space to the right of the Fence to allow the Positioner to move. Also, the Table Saw / Router Table conversion is annoying when I'm in the middle of a project.
My shop isn't large enough to sign-up for another Incra system (having to keep the Table Saw system; plus the physical and grey-space of a stand alone RT system) without serious consideration of alternatives.
My preferred comparable is the Kreg system; however, I've read about Table and Fence quality issues (warped, out-of-square), and I don't know whether these are exceptions to the rule or indicative of underlying quality issues. I would appreciate informed responses.