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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-11-2010, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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I would greatly appreciate help understanding how the Incra LS SuperSystem is used with a normal size router table given it's extended length in the protruding measuring arm that is off center and to the right size of the normal table surface. Do we need a T-shape table or do you build an add-on arm to support this ruler portion of the Incra LS? I like the locking technique and accuracy for repeatability but am seriously concerned about the strange shape and how to mount and protect this extended arm so it remains functional and accurate. Thank you.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-19-2010, 04:15 PM
 
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I have a 25" LS Positioner and I had to add an extension to make it fit. Here is what I did. If I had it to do over I would buy the shorter one.
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hey there xorion....no doubt that 25" is a space hog!!! I have the smaller version, and even at that, it takes up a good big of room. I decided to that my table was too big to just host the positioner and leave it at that. So I rigged it so I can remove the fence and use the backside of the table for my pocket hole set up...here's a thread I put up on my table..

http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ble-setup.html

It has worked out very nicely.. however.. having had it for a while now, I'm of the mind that I might have been better off just creating a "skirt" for atop the router table itself, kinda like a table atop of a table. This would save the router table surface yet still provide additional workspace when not using the router...Probably still going to do it anyways. definately an advantage when you can use the space as an benchtop..or assembly area..or whatever suits you specific needs...
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I run 2 router tables. The Big One with the Incra Ultra fence and the small one with my own fence.
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There is no "normal" or standard size for a router table that I'm aware of. A table should fit the fence system used. I also have the 25" LS and I built my table around it and use a smaller tables for less demanding work.

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Have a look at the ones on Incra's website.
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