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#1 posted 509 days ago

I did look at the picture – there are two stops in the picture and they’re a bookmatched pair, left and right. One for each side of the blade, you flip down or install/use the one you want to use.
And on my tablesaw there are two miter gauge slots – one on the right, one on the left of the blade. The right hand side isn’t necessarily the “waste” side. If I drop a miter gauge in the right hand side, the left of the blade is the waste side. If I put the miter gauge in the left-side slot, then the right side of the blade is the waste side. Or am I missing something else?
EDIT: They are made to fit in a a t-track, which in turn is installed in a board you provide, at a height you desire to fit your needs. That board is then attached to the front of your miter gauge – so miter gauge height isn’t a limitation. You can also put the t-track on the front lip of a miter sled that you build yourself, or you can put it on the router fence that you built yourself.

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