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I've been using vertical raised panel bits with my own fence adaptors that are twice the height of most all fences I have seen on the market. Is there a "high" fence out there made especially for vertical raised panel cutters ? I want to make a separate station just for this and can't seem to find a good high fence.
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I've been using vertical raised panel bits with my own fence adaptors that are twice the height of most all fences I have seen on the market. Is there a "high" fence out there made especially for vertical raised panel cutters ? I want to make a separate station just for this and can't seem to find a good high fence.



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Nice looking routers set-ups. Those are horizontal routers and sure would be nice! I can only use my normal mounting and still want to have a high fence somehow. Why is it that no one make such a high fence (maybe they do, I just haven't seen one).
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Hi Henry

I would say because it's so dangerous ,they don't want to stick they necks out to far...anytime you need to put the stock on it's edge (very small foot print) you are looking for accident ..
That's why they make and sell vert. router tables..

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Nice looking routers set-ups. Those are horizontal routers and sure would be nice! I can only use my normal mounting and still want to have a high fence somehow. Why is it that no one make such a high fence (maybe they do, I just haven't seen one).



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