If you are referring to TS LS system there is no flex. If you need to be certain that there is no flex, there are hold downs on each end of the fence that even if there was the possibility of flexing these hold downs assure that there is no way for any flex or anyother typed of movement of the fence. The hold downs work in orchasta with the side rails and are easy to use if you need to use them, just turn the knobs on each of them, one at each end.Does anyone know if the Incra fence (or other similar technology in fences) has a problem where the fence has a tendency to flex when you are pushing against it? By looking at this, I am wanting to put blocks at the ends.
Sounds like a good set-up and a great find!! It would be good to check with Mark Mueller at Incra, but i'm about 100% sure that you could use the LS-32 mount for your LS-25 if you ever wanted to use it on your table saw.My reason for switching from a incra lite to the ls25 was simply a great deal.My incra lite was on a home made table that was a simple piece of phenolic that was bolted to my work bench with a storebrand router.i wanted a stand alone table because I had to remove the router table to use my workbench.When scanning adds for a table I came across a great deal aon a hardly used large incra table with the ls25,wonderfence,flip stop,stand l,ift and pc router.
Otherwise I would have continued on with the incra lite as it alwys performed well for me