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Anybody use a table saw half fence? If so, do you like and recommend it?

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5 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

yes, yes and yes...

Attachment to full fence?  Pictures?

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40 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

no pics..

attachment to a full fence and a adjustable (for length) European style...

 A couple questions, Stick. Use a 3/4" thick piece, or thicker? Stop it just before the back teeth?

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32 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

 A couple questions, Stick. Use a 3/4" thick piece, or thicker? Stop it just before the back teeth?

2'' or more thicker and stop it a fuzz short of the front teeth...

the half fence is stopped just short of the back teeth..

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19 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

2'' or more thicker and stop it a fuzz short of the front teeth...

the half fence is stopped just short of the back teeth..

Yeah, i figgered it should be thicker. Why the difference in placement, though? 

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2 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Why the difference in placement, though? 

this side of the blade when using a miter gauge..

the far edge when ripping or wide cross cutting

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On ‎3‎/‎31‎/‎2019 at 10:08 AM, Stick486 said:

a 4x4 works great....

What species do you recommend?  I don't have a jointer and I'm wondering if a lumber yard piece will be straight enough. 

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12 minutes ago, JIMMIEM said:

What species do you recommend?  I don't have a jointer and I'm wondering if a lumber yard piece will be straight enough. 

laminate up some one by.. or x/4...

maple..

oak...

fir..

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13 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

laminate up some one by.. or x/4...

maple..

oak...

fir..

I've got some mdf laying around.  I don't like working with it because of the dust. Your thoughts?

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I have a Delta Unifence that will slide front to back.   (It was before they started doing Beismeyer-style fences).

 

It works great this way.   Also flips so you can use it to trim off a top layer like veneer.   But it makes it difficult to make jigs to strattle the fence.

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12 hours ago, JIMMIEM said:

Your thoughts?

REAL wood.

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6 minutes ago, Dadio said:

Is there any other kind of wood?

plywood,

 

OSB  is made of wood chips, mostly I call that stuff tree barf.:JawDrop:

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