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siggy_7

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I bought a Record TS250-RS table saw recently. When crosscutting, I have mainly been using the fence ahead of the stock to be cut, as the geometry of the sliding beam and outrigger support the weight better that way. To improve accuracy and ease of use with larger panels, I'd like to get a cam clamp to run in the t-slot on the crosscut fence, similar to this (which is on an Axminster MJ12-1600):



A bit of searching hasn't turned anything up. Does anyone have any ideas?
 

sparkus88

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have you tried contacting axminster you might be able to buy that clamp as a spare part.
 

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im in a process of building a few jigs and needed cam clamps and find a cheep alternative in fixings for bicycle wheels
 

siggy_7

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Axminster got back to me with a quote for the pictured clamp of about £90, which would need to be ordered in especially with a 12-16 week wait. Seems like not a really high price for the clamp, but I might try the drill press one instead and see if that will work.
 
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