Yes, "begets" not "Regrets".
I just installed my newest toy - the Biesemeyer fence/table I picked up at Lowes. It went together very well. I am astonished how well my old Rockwell/Delta contractors saw was set-up. Everything lined up great! Things would have gone faster and been a bit easier if I had the room to move things without needing to move other things first. My only modification was to drill a countersink on the back side rail to accommodate the spiral rivets used to hold the original ID tag on. I could not bring myself to remove the tag - it's just too sacrosanct.
Well, I digress a bit. My post was about "begets". Now that I have the new fence system installed, I took stock of the situation. And this is when the begets begin. So, the Beis is installed, which begets the overhaul of the dust collection ducts. It also begets reworking the compressed air piping as well as the relocation of some tools and tables to make room just to move. And to move the table I need to . . . . And it goes on.
But it's installed and square. I figure a few weeks before the sawzall is out hacking off the last 6" hanging off the left end. It always got me at work and now with the tighter conditions, I'll be a hurting puppy (yes it hits right there)
The fence does bring back memories of good times in the shops at work. And it's bringing out old habits I hadn't used in s few years.
Anyway, the new fence makes my little saw look even smaller and a little more worn than I ever thought. But it will be a great addition to the shop.