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I have been looking into these for a new set up. I like the fact that I can move the whole fence instead of one side then the next and you can really fine tune the measurement. What I do not like is the fact that I would like a larger table and it seems that Incra takes up alot of room. ANy other systems out there???? ... Z
 

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On our home page click on the link for Oak Park, which is the home of the Router Workshop. Check out the EZ Link system. You can also make dovetails with the Box joint jigs.
 

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Thanks for the info ... I looked but found no reference to the EZ system... I do alot of dovetails by hand as I really enjoy using hand tools... It is very relaxing.... I am just wondering how accurate the fences are or the best way to ensure the correct dept...
 

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Hi Zappa

Here's a link to the EZ system ▼

E-Z Link Dovetail OR Heart Systems

http://us.oak-park.com/catalogue.html?list=RTS-LDS-


http://us.oak-park.com/catalogue.html?list=RTS--

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The " Incra Systems" is very accurate but you must have a BIG table top just no way around it :(
You can add to your router table top to hold the system but it must be true and flat to the top.
Just my 2 cents it's bit over price for what you get in the system but they do work very well. :) :) :)
They do make smaller models you may want to take a look at them.
at Rockler.com

JUST some Show-and TELL links for the Incra (for the router table setup)

http://www.woodshopdemos.com/addin-1.htm

http://www.woodshopdemos.com/incra.htm

http://www.woodshopdemos.com/incra3.htm

http://www.woodshopdemos.com/incra4.htm
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Bj :)
 

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Zappa, the Incra system is pretty cool, I have thought about getting one of these systems as well when I get good and flush :) You can do many many different joints with the Incra. it's expensive and it is somewhat slow from what I can see.
Here is Incra's homepage:
http://incra.biz/

And here is the video demo page:
http://incra.biz/assets/VideoLinks.html

Corey
 

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I bought the Incra Mitre gauge but having trouble getting it to slide in the channels. Works well for the router table but not the Craftsman Model 100 table saw, table gauge is not dependable move about one degree when locked. Any suggestions how to fix?
 

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Hi Wagnerj. I have the Incra Miter 1000SE on my Delta Contractor saw. Get out the directions and study them well. There is a certain way you tighten or loosen the disks. It should work in any standard slot table. If you don't have a tslot on that saw then remove the disk on the end. Hope this helps.

Corey
 

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Corey, the slot is not a t-slot. The trouble is the slot is to narrow. Does not allow the mitre gauge to be pushed through. Works just fine on the router table. Any other ideas or suggestion on mitre gauges.

-Jeff.
 
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