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I understand the basic need for extension fences for my Miter Gauge but wonder about the several articles I've seen detailing how to build an auxiliary fence that includes stop blocks for accuracy and consistency in crosscutting. Why is this better than using the Rip Fence as a stop block? Isn't that one of the intended uses for the fence and isn't that why there are miter gauge slots on both sides of the blade? Also my table extension is on the right allowing me to make longer cuts without table hangover.

What am I missing?
 
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