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b2rtch

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763 days ago

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I bought this saw several years ago, it has being working like charm but it came with ho fence.
Because of the very good reviews I bought a Kreg precision fence.
I never liked it and it never performed well for me especially for correcting the blade drift and for re-sawing.

A while ago I saw a similar table on YouTube, so I made one.


The fence can be locked in position

This is how I mounted the new table to the original one.

Last weekend I re-sawed 8” white oak with this fence , it performed very well.
I am very happy with it.

-- Bert


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Blackie_

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#1 posted 763 days ago

Looks nice Bert, very well done.

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#2 posted 763 days ago

Thanks Blackie

-- Bert

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#3 posted 763 days ago

Wow, that’s awesome. Do you have a riser kit on that bandsaw?

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Bill White

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#4 posted 763 days ago

What didja use for the top surface?
Kinda strange that no BS topscome with the X,Y axis miter slots anymore. My old Magna had ‘em.
Bill

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#5 posted 763 days ago

‘Do you have a riser kit on that bandsaw”
yes.

-- Bert

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#6 posted 763 days ago

What did you use for the top surface?.
I work for a large pharmaceutical company which trows all kind of stuff away. I check the dumpsters quite often.
I found this piece of hard plastic material that I used for the table.
I have no idea what materiel it exactly is.
It just looks right for the application.

-- Bert

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#7 posted 763 days ago

looks great Bert! nice setup.

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b2rtch

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#8 posted 763 days ago

Thanks Sharon.
Shalom

-- Bert

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#9 posted 763 days ago

Actually I’m slowy but surely weeding my shop from any HF and Ryobi power tools, I think HF is better then Ryobi anyway still have some items but as long as they are still kicking they get to stay. :) So far what I have left is the DC and a 4” belt sander on HF, a planer biscuit and 1/4” hand router on the Ryobi side, heck it’s getting to where you can’t even find replacement parts for the Ryobi.

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#10 posted 763 days ago

You really have a very nice table for that band saw! How many days did you work for it?

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b2rtch

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#11 posted 763 days ago

I took me just about one day to make the table

-- Bert

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