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Right now just quick release clamps, I will be using a threaded rod with a push block on the underside that will create a clamp with the angle and wood on the square tubeWill you add some permanent type of measure to the front rail?
I wasn't planning on it, I have a few reference marks on my table for common cuts but I always just measured off my blade before because I didn't trust the scale on the table so it's what I am used toHave you considered the wear factor of the aluminum?
I didn't think it would be that great because there is not much pressure/friction on the rail when moving it, as long as I keep it cleaned and lubricated I don't think there will be too much wear, but I could be wrong. Thanks for the heads up though, I will be sure to keep an eye on that
The tape on my table saw is a big time saver. Before the tables saw I used a Radial Arm Saw, which needed me to always measure.
I'm aware aluminum is not self lubricating, I use a spray lubricant on a rag then wipe the rails with the rag, was thinking about getting some dry lubricant like a graphite powderI would get some UHMW tape and put a strip on the angle attached to the fence.
I will look into this tape, I haven't seen this before but it seems like a good option, Thanks
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