Router Table Fence
When I began to get serious about woodworking I was fortunate to be befriended and mentored by the late Pat Warner. I was sadden by his passing and wanted to make something in his honor that I would be using alongside with a plethora of jigs and things I bought from him including one of his later fence iterations that has the acrylic curtain. I have always wanted to make his router table fence and so I went and did so to the best of my limited abilities. The fence is pretty much the same as his as shown in FWW #144, Sept/Oct 2000, except that the fixed block and movable threaded blocks are aluminum and not Jatoba/aluminum. The carrier and fence faces are 1" Walnut, the base is 3/4" MDF, the dial indicator holder is Honduran Mahogany, the stop block is 3/4" Western Red Cedar, and the table top is 3/4" MDF with 4 coats of tung oil. The stop block is for stop grooves which he showed in various of his books/CDs. The 1st two pictures are the one I made the bottom one is the one he made with the acrylic curtain. I hope that my feeble attempt may do his memory some honor.
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