- 24 Jul 2019
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Fence looks good! Needs a KIP handle so it's out of the way of the workpiece.Coming a bit late to the party, my 352 didn't have a fence when I bought it, so a bit of milling using the Super 7 on a lump of iron produced the connection to the rectangular bar shown below. Fence is a section of U-shape aluminium, with the opportunity to adjust it to allow for blade drift. Given the abuse my saw gets, it's largely academic, since the blade only cuts exactly parallel to the fence when it's brand new. For precise ripping, a point fence (my version is shown on an old post somewhere) is the only way to be sure of constant thickness rip.
Yes, there was originally a knob for adjustment, but it had a sad accident with a heavy lump of timber, and the lash up shown works OK.
They’re a good, solid fence, easy to fit and to adjust.The second question is, at some point i want to change the fence on my multico table saw. The old one isn't quick to change sizes. It can be accurate, because it has a microadjustment bit, but takes a while to set. For a while ive been thinking about getting this one:
Does anyone have one of these? Are they good?
Not just the blade guard is different, several other things too. I think later model than mine but also modified.Yep, with regards the door safety catches, i could see two protruding metal bits which would be moved when the door catches were closed, so as long they are working correctly it should be ok. Hopefully their sparky will work it out. I did tell them that the doors have a safety switch.....
I dont know why it was cut. The current owner got this one and an axminster b.s from a colledge clearout. They stuck them in storage and never touched either machine, so decided to sell them on....