|Project by antmjr||posted 05-30-2010 07:35 PM||3847 views||14 times favorited||14 comments|
Time ago I modified my METABO table saw to mount my router – have a look here on my Picasa Web Album if you like.
Lately I have built the missing fence, out of Hungarian black locust.
The fence itself is laminated: I made this way to prevent any possible deformation, black locust is extremely nervous and moves a lot.
I secure the fence on the sliding table (A), see first photo. Then I roughly adjust the distance from the fence to the bit by moving the sliding table and I tighten the rear wooden screw to block it in position (B). In the end, fine tuning may be done by turning the brass screw (C ). This tune-up may seem maniacal, but in my experience it’s extremely comfortable: I route a try-piece of wood first and in case I tune up accordingly. Epoxy glue, oil finish, more pics here on my Picasa Web Album.