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    Cool Use of Extrusions

    Saw this on the creek and found it very interesting.


    This one talks about straightness of extrusions.
    Last edited by Ted Calver; 04-13-2014 at 11:10 PM.

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    Cool stuff.

    I have a pile of that stuff left over from when I got my CNC machine

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    This is why I don't understand why people upgrade their fences on saws like the Ridgid TS 3650. I guess some feel the need to keep up with the Jone's and give up all the versatility the stock aluminum extrusion fence gives you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Bienlein View Post
    This is why I don't understand why people upgrade their fences on saws like the Ridgid TS 3650. I guess some feel the need to keep up with the Jone's and give up all the versatility the stock aluminum extrusion fence gives you.
    In my case, I upgraded the TS 3650 fence to an Incra system for the incremental adjustment and repeatability. The stock fence was nice and straight, but the Incra adjustment capabilities made for a big improvement in usability.
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    I've been obsessed with extrusions lately and askwoodman got me started. Still no the planning stages of my new router table fence. 8020 has a ton of offerings on eBay
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