Tablesaw Router Fence

i live in big sky country, but my shop is as cramped as an efficiency apartment in downtown Manhattan! Consequently, 1 use my table-saw extension wing as a router table to save floor space. To make use of the tablesaw's fence, I clamp on a shop-made router fence. The combination of these two fences is great. 1 get the easy adjustment of the saw fence and the router fence is wide enough to accommodate big bits. I also built in a dust port that does a super job of clearing the chips.

Bernie Singers

Smithton, MT

American Woodworker AUGUSTîOOl 95

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