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mmax

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1465 days ago

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I’ve tried various ways to mount an auxiliary fence to my Delta Unifence , but just have not found a good way to mount/clamp it on to the odd shape of the Unifence. Any thoughts or ideas of how to do this without drilling in the Unifence would be appreciated.

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UnionLabel

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#1 posted 1465 days ago

Drill two wholes in the auxiliary fence, install T-bolts in the T-track place the fence over the top and use some star knobs to tighten it down. You could actually make the holes in the aux. fence slots for adjustment.

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#2 posted 1465 days ago

Not me, I drilled mine.

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spclPatrolGroup

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#3 posted 1465 days ago

I use these, http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=17821&filter=Rockler%20Outlet they work well as long as the holes you drill for them to slip into are tight.

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#4 posted 673 days ago

I use the same clamps as space patrol but it seems the handles get in the way when tightning?? Love the unifence but like everyone else have a challenging time afixing jigs etc.

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Rick Dennington

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#5 posted 672 days ago

Easy solutation: Sell your Unifence, and get a Biesemeyer fence….problem solved…..!!

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Fred Hargis

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#6 posted 672 days ago

This isn't the cheapest solution, though it is cheaper than a complete replacement. I have one and feel like I now have the best of both worlds when it comes to fences.

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