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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-29-2010, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
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Ok don't laugh but this roller clamped to my table really helped to make clean cuts on the 1-3/8 inch thick 6 panel doors. I need some advice here for some "real" router rollers that I can get to make my set-up better.
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Hi Henry

The ones below help, they hold the stock down and to the fence you can take your hands off and they will hold the stock right in place , that comes in handy for long stock/runs.

http://www.grizzly.com/products/Boar...rs-Green/G2371
http://www.grizzly.com/products/Boar...s-Yellow/G2370

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In the 2nd shot you can make a set that work on the fence or on the table top, it's like the feather boards but hold down so much better,wood spring loaded thing.puts most feather boards to shame.I use them on all my equipment..all the time..

http://www.routerforums.com/shop-saf...old-downs.html

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The ones from Grizzly look like they'd work well - just not sure how to mount them on my fence. The custom ones look slick.
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Hi Henry

very easy to mount the track for them,,,See below
G2374 24" Board Buddies® Track
G2373 12" Board Buddies® Track

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The green wheels are for the routers I believe - turn both ways (the yellow ones for table saw and turn one way to prevent kickback).

The mount plates look very wide - wondering if they'll mount to my fence.

The setup looks good though. When you're using those rail and stile bits, one little lift and the cut is ruined. With some boards being just a little bowed, that's all it takes. That temp wheel worked so good I knew I just have to get something better.
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Hi

I use the yellow ones for the router table and the RAS/Table saw.

Mount to your fence , I 'm sure it will ..they can move in and out on the track.

see picture I uploaded..look for the wings nuts on the mount...
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The green wheels are for the routers I believe - turn both ways (the yellow ones for table saw and turn one way to prevent kickback).

The mount plates look very wide - wondering if they'll mount to my fence.

The setup looks good though. When you're using those rail and stile bits, one little lift and the cut is ruined. With some boards being just a little bowed, that's all it takes. That temp wheel worked so good I knew I just have to get something better.



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