Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'fence'

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Videos by HuckD #6: Clamping fence for box joint jig

11-04-2015 09:54 PM by HuckD | 0 comments »

I built a single blade box joint jig as designed by Mario Capellano. Here’s a build video about the clamping fence I made for it. Watch video.

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the never ending organinzing and improvements #1: Making things that work for you.

10-12-2015 11:39 AM by kenthemadcarpenter | 0 comments »

So I just got done building my first router table, by cannibalizing an old work bench I had built a few years ago, and stealing the plate from my other router table, my problem due to my limited and crowded work space, is keeping things with in reach, I have four router bits that I use religiously so having them with right there with in reach is more convenient for me, so i came up with the fence storage on the back side of the fence, this way here, I can keep my router bits with in r...

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summerville excalibur fence #1: Can't find anything on this fence

07-22-2015 04:58 PM by Marv | 5 comments »

I’m havin a very hard time finding anything on this beast. Excalibur by Summerfield Design. I know General bought them, but I can’t find anything on the FS 4415. Any help would be greatly appreciated.Terry

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DIY Aluminum Extrusion Fence #5: Fine Tuning begins....

07-21-2015 12:01 PM by rhybeka | 1 comment »

So for the moment, this is a placeholder for a bunch of pictures I’m going to toss up here on the latest step of this process. It’s all together and as long as I can get it fine tuned, will be great. The lineal bearings slide perfectly until the 3×3 piece of extrusion is tightened down to it so I’m assuming there’s some flex in there somewhere causing this to happen. I’ve shimmed the bearings and that has done the opposite and made it not move what so ever E...

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Grizzly G0452P Jointer Set-Up #4: Serious Fence Issue

07-19-2015 07:25 PM by ERQ | 5 comments »

When assembling the fence for the jointer, you need to place the fence on the table in order to have clearance to insert and tighten the screws holding the fence bracket to the fench carriage that rides on the “ram” (the rack-and-pinion steel post): I noticed upon installing the fence, that there was a lot of play in the fence, but that the default position it wanted to settle at was with pretty uneven gaps at the infeed table side vs the outfeed table side, even with the i...

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Fence Upgrade for my table saw?

07-11-2015 03:10 AM by sreno | 5 comments »

Hello there, I have a porter cable 10” table saw (PCB220TS) and was wondering if anybody had any success upgrading to a better fence for it? I am also looking to build a mobile cabinet for it as well if that opens up more opportunities for a better fence system.

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DIY Aluminum Extrusion Fence #1: My journey towards better accuracy

01-17-2015 12:28 PM by rhybeka | 3 comments »

So this blog is being started as a journey for me. That and the original thread is pretty big. Hutch and TeenAngel have done a fantastic job, but I would like to keep my specifics somewhere I can find them. And possibly give some folks with the same/similar saw more pictures since I know I am quite visual when working with this kind of stuff. Anyway, to get started the original blog is here: I’ll have to edit this post later with exactly the...

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Shop Update #1: What is up: 06-2014

06-11-2014 11:13 PM by Chris McDowell | 3 comments »

I haven’t put out a YouTube video in a couple of months, but I have been busy. In this video I talk a little about the recent projects I’ve done and the fence I just got done building. I also talk a little more about my new DeWalt DW732 Planer. Watch the video here:

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Breathing life into a trusty saw

04-19-2014 11:51 PM by GodofBiscuits | 5 comments »

I bought my Craftsman table saw about 6 years ago now and it’s been a good saw as long as you took extra special care to ensure the horrid fence it came with was straight each and every time you moved it. The fence system that came in these saw is appalling to say the least and down right garbage when compared to a good biesemeyer style fence. Last week using the saw, I moved the fence and spent several minutes trying to get it straight so I didn’t ruin the beautiful piece of curl...

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Apartment Router Table / Table Saw #2: Insert, Rails, and Fence

02-13-2014 10:03 PM by JonDH | 0 comments »

We left off last time and I had a hole in my table with a blank insert, getting me back to a functional dining room table. Step 1: Install some T track. I originally thought I would just make a long fence and clamp it to the edge of the table. It would be a pain in the neck, but I didn’t think it would get heavy use. Instead I saw a lot of videos and commercial fixtures that use T track, and it looked amazing. I would be able to use hold-down clamps, using a fence would be easier. Ba...

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