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Jointed, then planed a 2x4 down to exactly an inch thick & cut to length of my Vega fence. Used a Rockler t-slot cutting bit in combo with a 5/16ths straight bit to cut a slot through it. Jointed down the other part of the 2x4 & stuck it inside the fence to receive the screws through the aux fence. Now I have a nice place to hold my feather board for hold downs on the rip cut. Already started building a mitre slot feather board to make rips really safe & easy. Think I'll be using this bit a lot! :)

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sweeeet!

Great idea! Some put "T" slots on the edge, other use them in the face. Either way, it's good idea. :thumbsup:
 
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