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So I finally completed my router table and fence on the end of my tablesaw. The table was fairly easy to insert into the saw. I used 1/8" a black plastic sheet on the top, and a Rockler plate. For the fence, I didn't want to make just a typical wood fence, and I didn't want to spend $300 to $500 for a professional fence. I decided to make one that could give me at least 18" from the bit. I attached a T-slot on the back rail of my T-saw and used two 1/8" thick angled aluminum joined to make a square tube with a Kreg Heavy Duty track as my fence. A threaded rod runs through the tube. A knob on one end tightens down a plate on the other to the lip of the table to help prevent sway.

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