|Forum topic by Charlie||posted 10-20-2014 02:43 PM||1302 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
10-20-2014 02:43 PM
Some of you may have seen my Biesemeyer score, but I thought I’d start a new topic just for the fence refurb.
The plywood backing for the original fences is still in good enough shape to use as a drilling template.
Keep in mind that I NEVER use the right side fence face as I don’t use the fence at all to the left of the blade.
I have some 1/2” white Corian I was thinking of using, but I could also use baltic ply or whatever. I’m a little concerned about the Corian only because by the time I counterbore the holes (for the self tappers or any other washer/screw or washer-head screw) it could be a little thin. Or I could just countersink them and use a bevel headed screw.
What’s a good way to attach the faces?