Glenn, that would definately allow it to pivot about a single axis, but not the back to front slide. I realize this is probably a 2 part solution. I've been thinking some more on this. What about something simple along the ideas of the base as you show, and two routed slots front to back. The bolts would go through the slots in the base, into t-nuts in the table. That would allow it to slide front to back. The bolts could be studs in a star shaped handle like t-track parts are made. Build in a little slop in the slots, and it would allow the table to "pivot" a small amount, thus allowing me to align the fence to coplanicity. I Guess I could apply some UHMW (are those the right letters?) tape so that the 2 surfaces slide easily. But would it lock down securely or keep sliding? Maybe I need the mobile base, and the top with four C clamps!! Thanks for the note, Glenn. Jim.
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