Cherryville Chuck· Retired Moderator
Dave read Dan's post again and if you must then follow Al's advice. If you do that keep two things in mind. One is that you must feed past the router right to left. If you are on the front side of the saw that means reaching over and pulling the wood to you. If you are on the backside then you'll be reaching over it to finish the cut. Both are awkward so I would say at the very end is best so you don't have to reach over from either direction. Second and regarding the fence, a router bit is mostly behind the face of the fence on a router so you have to build out the face of the TS fence on the router side to accommodate that. You need to be able to do that so that it doesn't interfere with using the saw in between using the router.