The Router Workshop approach is to use C-clamps to hold the fence in place. The one disadvantage to this approach is the limit to the height of the fence. Bob and Rick use high density polyethylene, but even they state that any absolutely straight piced of wood such as a 2 x 4 could be used. The ends however need to be reduced height so the C clamps can be used.
There are of course all manner of expensive (some more expensive than a router itself!) with microadjusting features, etc. I do not think although I have no first hand knowledge, that they require any pins, etc, in the table top.
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Last edited by TWheels; 06-13-2011 at 09:55 AM.