All this talk about Zip Code saws here and elsewhere got me to thinking about mine. I have been going to shift the fence tube over to the right to get 40" of rip 'any day now' for a year or so. Finally got to it.
Well as long as I'm going to do that (and seemings how I am laid up post surgery anyway) I may as well check the rails, top, wings and router table extension for flat. Got that all dialed in . . . . Love that straight edge.
Oh yeah, I bought a Wixey digital fence awhile back on special so I guess I should just go ahead and put that on too . . .
*** RING, RING, RING *** . .. Hello? What's that Honey? Oh yes, I'm just sitting around and letting everything get all healed up. No, no, I haven't been in the shop . . . OK, Love you, . . Bye. *** CLICK ***
Good thing she's at work . . . and has her own house . . . . but, I digress;
The installation is really straight forward, especially on a Bies as everything just fits without any modifications. I was concerned about clearance for the height wheel . . . non-issue.
Zeroed it out and set it to 3".
Yep, 3". How about that.
Had to drill a couple screw holes to put the power switch where I wanted it.
Now, back to resting up ;-)