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Which is the simple way to install the sub fence in the fence ???
T-track is not allowed ''''''

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Hi,
Which is the simple way to install the sub fence in the fence ???
T-track is not allowed ''''''

Thks in advance,
Not exactly sure of what you mean by a "sub fence" could you elaborate?

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How about this for adding a sub fence:

http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?p...=fence%20clamp
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Hay Nick, I have a set of those but for some reason (maybe being dense some times) never thought to use them with the router fence. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Well they do not work on my OP fences, but on my CMT and Incra fence they do.
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Red face I must have taken my "stupid" pill instead of my "smart" pill

OH! an AUXILIARY fence....

DUH, I must have taken my "stupid" pill instead of my "smart" pill today....

Sorry guys....

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Or Sacrificial fence.
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Nick,
You know, those clamps, from Rockler, don't have to be put on the top!
The could be positioned on the front and back instead and that would make it easier to get it tight against the bottom of a high fence.

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Any scrap of straight timber and any pair of cramps will turn your split fence into a CONTINUOUS FENCE.
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Hey guys, for what its worth, I have some of those nice Rockler clamps and that is a perfect way to put aux. fence on my TS. And they can be used for other stuff too. One of those little accessories that really comes in handy!
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