So far never had a use for a fence. But, I have a project where a fence will be needed. So, I'll just fasten down a chunk of 2X4.
This is the type of input I'm needing.Your router table can do many things you so far havent thought of. I have a 3 ft square home made table with T track for the fence adjustment. I often do work that the fence is a foot behind the bit.
If all youre going to do is straight mouldings, then no you dont need T track. But if you want to expand your knowledge of routering, then I think its a must.
Build for the future, not for the present.
This year I added a Router Table to the wing of my table saw.... Love it! You have the accuracy in moving the fence when it is attached to the Table saw fence. I have the router on the right side with the fence on the far right side. If ever needed the fence can be put on the left side. Especially with a small shop doing away with a table makes much needed room.This is the type of input I'm needing.
I've been vacillating between building a fence into my table, or building one that will attach to the table saw fence.
I can see where a router table fence would have limitations, but a table saw fence might have endless possibilities.
Thanks.Router 3+, only take about a 3 1/2 bit max.
You will still need to either close the top off with a board and clamp or a feather board and clamp to maximize DC flow....
That's a very interesting piece of work there Bob!As an example, I made this with only my table saw, my router table, bandsaw, and a lot of sandpaper (lol)
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