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  • Auxillary/sacraficial fence for TS 3650?

    What do you guys do with the stock fence. Especially when you need the height taller? Also......store bought tennoning jig(metal) or shop made?

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    Re: Auxillary/sacraficial fence for TS 3650?

    Check out this thread.
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      Re: Auxillary/sacraficial fence for TS 3650?

      definately store bought tenoning jig. the october, 2009 issue of wood magazine did a comparison test of 10 tenoning jigs. this one was their top tool:

      http://www.tools-plus.com/delta-34-1...term=DEA34-184

      this one was the top value tool:

      http://www.grizzlyindustrial.com/pro...ning-Jig/H7583

      if you want to make one, the sept/oct issue of woodworker's journal had a how to article in it for an adjustable tenoning jig.
      there's a solution to every problem.....you just have to be willing to find it.

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        Re: Auxillary/sacraficial fence for TS 3650?

        Originally posted by FINER9998 View Post
        if you want to make one, the sept/oct issue of woodworker's journal had a how to article in it for an adjustable tenoning jig.
        That's actually where I got the idea from but then realized maybe I should just buy it.

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          Re: Auxillary/sacraficial fence for TS 3650?

          I have used a shop built sacrificial fence for my dado cut for years. You can make the fence as tall as you like and add a track for hold down finger boards, just back the main fence another piece the same height as the rip fence, drill 2 holes and attach it to the rip fence with 2 Rockler type clamps. This will hold it tight to the fence with no kickout at the bottom. Just raise the dado blade up about 2 inches and about 1/4 into the sacrificial fence. Buy the Delta jig, it is worth every penny, very adjustable and easy to used.
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            Re: Auxillary/sacraficial fence for TS 3650?

            About 3 years ago I started this thread.
            http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9347

            However, the photo I included is now gone for some reason.

            Still, check out the fence clamps that Rockler has out now. They came out a little over a year ago I think and work very well (I bought a pair last year). You can use one pair with many different styles of fences.
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