Router Table Fence for Table Saw

Making a fence for my extension wing router table, taking advantage of the incremental positioner on my table saw fence rail.

Table Saw Fence with Incremental positioning:
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Wish to know the best ways to make use of a frouter table fence? Here are tips to get one of the most from your router table.

You do not require a miter channel. Generally, you slide your job along the fencing. The fence has to be square to the miter channel if utilizing a miter channel. Why go to that trouble?

You can make change in profile and depth of cut. A Router Lift makes this very easy.

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You ought to never ever put your job in between the router and the fencing little bit. That is simply throwing down the gauntlet.

Normally, you move the wood from right to left (when taking a look at the fence from the front). That is an anti-climb cut. You make almost all cuts by doing this.

You could go a brief distance in the opposite instructions if very careful. You must hold on tight to stay clear of kickback and/or injury. This climb cut gives cleaner edges, yet you ought to just try it after a lot of experience.

Only do less than 15% of your job by doing this. You must only use shallow or light cuts. Do NOT take large cuts. When you hands are secured and also away from the router bit, only do it.

How you can utilize a Router Table to focus edge-to-edge joints:

Have you ever before asked yourself how to focus edge-to-edge joints? You utilize this method for making strong table tops, broad panels, and even make bordering to go around your router table top.

Let's utilize an actual example of oak bordering on a MDF Router Table Top. The top is 1 1/8" thick. The oak edging is 1 1/8" thick.

How do we ensure a focused side?

Pick the tongue measurement. You have a 1/4" slot cutter. You desire the tongue density less than two times the cut. For that reason, the tongue thickness is a little less than 1/2". We use a 1/4" depth of cut for this instance.
We want a tongue that is less than 1/2" in density. We know that the rabbet on the Table Top is somewhat more compared to 5/16" on both sides of a 1 1/8" thick item.
Rabbet the top with a rabbet little bit with a birthing to create a 1/4" rabbet. You don't want to take a great deal throughout your initial pass. The depth of cut is set for 1/8" for your very first pass.
Set the fencing so it is despite the bearing of the rabbet bit.
Cut both top and also base of the top. Take your time and copulate around. Make sure the work surface is flat on the Router Table Top. Or make use of the router in addition to the workpiece.
Procedure the thickness of the tongue. If it is larger than 1/2", after that change the depth of cut. A router lift makes this simple. Note: you thrashing both sides; therefore utilize one-half the modification for each side.
Make your modification, rout the top and bottom once more. The tongue's thickness is currently slightly less than 1/2".
Replace your rabbeting little bit with your 1/4" slot cutter. I always detach the power source to the router prior to transforming little bits!
Sit the rabbeted piece on the router tabletop near the slot cutter. Raise the Router so all-time low of the slot cutter straightens with all-time low of the tongue. You could require support if the workpiece is huge.
Establish the depth of cut for the port to around 3/16" at first. Currently port your Oak bordering. Turn it over and slot again. Test the slot on the tongue. Is it too tight? Bear in mind that you make two passes with the slotter if so. Just reduced your slot little bit by 1/2 of the measurement required. Incidentally, the Doorperson Wire 7518 Router makes this a breeze.
Considering that the port cut is 1/4", the second pass is not making use of the whole cutter. You get a precisely center port that fits on the tongue.
When the slot (groove) fits on the tongue, you prepare to set your last depth of the groove. The final depth of cut is a little more than 1/4" to permit glue.
Establish your fencing for this last deepness. Bear in mind - make 2 passes with the slotter. This offers you an exact fit.
You could use this method for any kind of edge-to-edge joinery, such as tabletops, panels, huge drawer fronts, as well as at any time you intend to join swimsuits. You get ideal alignment and also a rock-solid joint.


Let's make use of a real instance of oak bordering on a MDF Router Table Top. Make sure the work surface is level on the Router Table Top. Or use the router on top of the workpiece.
Rest the rabbeted piece on the router table top near the slot cutter. Elevate the Router so the base of the slot cutter straightens with the base of the tongue.
Making a fence for my extension wing router table, taking advantage of the incremental positioner on my table saw fence rail. Table Saw Fence with Incremental positioning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pudk...Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jeremyschmidtSee more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmU9CJNdjw4Wish to know the best ways to make use of a frouter table fence? Here are tips to get one of the most from your router table.You do not require a miter channel. Generally, you slide your job along the fencing. The fence has to be square to the miter channel if utilizing a miter channel. Why go to that trouble?You can make change in profile and depth of cut. A Router Lift makes this very easy.A quality frouter table fence fence eases dust col...