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Posted on I have A Hitachi C10FR Contractors table saw and The Fence is Bowed

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#1 posted 1515 days ago

I would consider using an auxiliary fence over the top of the existing fence (assuming it still locks into place securely), then use shims as necessary to bring it exactly parallel to the blade, as suggested by knotscott.

I use a variety of materials for the various auxiliary fences I fit to my rip-fence. Basically any manmade board will do, as long as it is stable – I even use cut-offs from plastic covered particle board (1 1/2” thick countertops), that is really flat and stable, it also provides a really “slick” surface for the boards to ride along.

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