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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-04-2020, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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Default Need help to id this router table/fence

I came across a craigslist posting, googling this image search didn't offer much help. Anyone knows what kind of fence/router table system is this?
Is it worth for $100?
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Hello N/Aand welcome to the forums...
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I believe it to be an Incra...

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I think Stick is right .It looks like a shop built table with the Incra system for slots and fence.
https://duckduckgo.com/?t=ffnt&q=Vin...ages&ia=images

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Plus one for Incra. Might be an older model.
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@Kvel Almost forgot, Yes it is worth more than $100. The incra system is a top of the line system.

https://incra.com/router_table_fences-ls_super_sys.html

https://www.incrementaltools.com/LS_...ystem_s/13.htm
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Incra for sure and easily worth that and more. I'd snatch it up myself if it was nearby and I already have 2 router tables. Welcome to the forum.
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Welcome to the forum.Grab it well worth 100 bucks !!
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Welcome to the Forum, by now you've already bought it. I would have. Nice find, and a table too.

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I'm not sure if this is a really old Incra or some China-made table and fence system.

Looks like to me the fine adjustment is by a screw and crank at the front of the table, notice the rod running under the table at the round hole that looks like where a router would mount, but I'm also not sure what that is that looks like a router red bit behind the fence in the slot in the table. I also notice that the legs for the table are held together with cross dowels or barrel nuts, not common to USA made tools.

I'd really want to see this in person to see how everything operates.

Is it worth $100, I would say probably.

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I'm not sure if this is a really old Incra or some China-made table and fence system.

Looks like to me the fine adjustment is by a screw and crank at the front of the table, notice the rod running under the table at the round hole that looks like where a router would mount, but I'm also not sure what that is that looks like a router red bit behind the fence in the slot in the table. I also notice that the legs for the table are held together with cross dowels or barrel nuts, not common to USA made tools.

I'd really want to see this in person to see how everything operates.

Is it worth $100, I would say probably.
Mike you are right, it is not quite the same as an Incra. And by golly it does look like it has a router motor and bit behind the fence, didn't notice that before. The old Incras had a center slide mechinisim to adjust the fence in and out, this one has acenter barstock. Maybe the whole thing is shop made, based on existing fence ideas. I did notice the the DC port is behind the fence. This is a real novelty, but might have some good features.
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