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I remember seeing a rounter fence that had a long screw thread behind the
fence to position the fence. I think it was an individual design.

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Jointech has such a design. Tom
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I remember seeing a rounter fence that had a long screw thread behind the
fence to position the fence. I think it was an individual design.

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http://www.patwarner.com/routerfence.html
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I remember seeing a rounter fence that had a long screw thread behind
the fence to position the fence. I think it was an individual design.

Any ideas?

Thanks


Freud

http://www.amazon.com/Freud-SH-5-Pro...ro-Adjustable-
Router/dp/B00005Q7CN/sr=8-1/qid=1158422865/ref=pd_bbs_1/104-4134447-
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Hey Gary,
This is not an individual design but were you referring to something
from Incra like this?

http://www.incra.biz/Products/LS.html

Marc

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The JoinTech Cabinet Maker Fence System for a router table fence
is to a shop made pivoting fence with a long screw thread to move it
as a little red wagon is to a red Ferrrari Testarossa.

http://www.jointech.com/

Invented by a Lockheed engineer, in Silly Cone Valley, who escaped
to
San Antonio and kept refining his idea - AND adding new abilities,
the
JoinTech Cabinet Maker Fence system takes what you can do on a
router table, the ease of use, precision of fence positioning, split
fence
with easily repacable zero clearance inserts, dust collection
through
the fence, . . . .

Bought one, and their table top, mounting plate and rings for around
the bit all at one time - I make one major purchase at each
woodworking
show. Keep finding new uses for it. Now the General International
75-075M - the mortising machine with the XY table, tilting head and
fence that can be swung up to 30 degrees - well it did get used when
I made my work bench - but it's gathered a lot of dust since them.
The JoinTech stays relatively dust free because it gets brushed off
and used quite often.

Buy one, cry once.

charlie b
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