When I worked at a shop that did 3 to 4 kitchens per day - That sort of thing was 'somewhat' useful...That sort of commercial machine is not what most of us here use or have access to ...FYI.
need the fence! Why don't you want the fence? Did you see the Woodmaster I posted? perfect for your application. find a used one if possible, everyone loves theirs, so none are for sale...
A staight line rip saw has a fence but it's more for aiming the board into the conveyer. Once the conveyer has hold of the board you could take the fence off. The conveyer will pull the board through in a straight line. If it was operated off the fence it wouldn't staighten the wood any more than using a table saw.I looks to me that machine would require a straight edge to start with. Am I wrong? What keeps the board feeding straight? As you know the straight line rip saws have a conveyor track system that guides the board straight, If a straight edge is not needed the machine would be the ticket,