There was an 8” gloop of some epoxy sitting in one of the miter slots that had to go. Used razor blade, mineral spirits, 1/8” hard board piece with sandpaper to clean out the side walls of the “T”. 2 hours..geez. But job done.
Had some time to look at the fence system. The fence itself has surface damage, about 4” of a side panel is long gone, luckily not on the saw blade side.
The saw blade side panel has…well… damage. Looks like the fence got too close to the saw blade.
The underneath does not look too shabby. One of the white glide pads is more worn than the other pads. Might have to address that.
More of the super hard concrete epoxy (?) glob on the top of the fence. Not looking forward to getting that off. Might have to wheel brush off and repaint, or something.
That got me thinking of taking all parts to get sand blasted and repainted. Maybe. Maybe not.
-- The Carpenter Bee is derived from the Ancient Greek word wood-cutter