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I find that a lot of those operations I've been completing with my track saw. It's definitely an interesting jig and techniques.

It'd be good to use to cut consistent under bevels for table tops.

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Bob Van Dyke has some video's on Fine Woodworking's site showing different ways to use the L fence.  I pretty much copied his designs for mine.

Van Dyke has refined his design quite a bit from what is in the article Bmac posted

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6 hours ago, Chet said:

Bob Van Dyke has some video's on Fine Woodworking's site showing different ways to use the L fence.  I pretty much copied his designs for mine.

Van Dyke has refined his design quite a bit from what is in the article Bmac posted

I just watched this video. That’s a neat deal! Is the cut out in the middle of the horizontal piece for clean out of small pieces trapped under the sled? Only thing I can think of. 

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59 minutes ago, Coop said:

I just watched this video. That’s a neat deal! Is the cut out in the middle of the horizontal piece for clean out of small pieces trapped under the sled? Only thing I can think of. 

Beer holder ? :D

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22 minutes ago, Tpt life said:

Almost looks like it is made for cross cuts. You can slide it back to stop at the from edge of the blade?

Yes I can slide it to that position. But if it's just for that purpose seems like overkill to me, I mean a short piece of wood clamped to the fence is all that is required.

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I used to have a Delta Unifence that was somewhat similar in design to yours Daniel.  One of the things the low fence is good for is ripping thin stock like 1/4 ply and thing of that nature.

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