You are the second person I have heard of that runs the fence to the left of the blade. As you notice, tablesaws are built for use in the opposite manner of what you are doing. This probably explains why the video shows the fence to the right of the blade; that's the way tablesaws are normally designed/used. If you want to use the saw with the fence to the left, that's fine. Most of your books on technique, aftermarket accessories and so forth will assume the saw is being used as designed so you can just reverse the examples. The Incra fence makes many accessories a no-go anyway so this may not be a concern. In the end you want to do what is best for you.
Last edited by glenn bradley; 07-25-2012 at 06:04 PM.
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