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Offline jussi

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Incra TS and Router fence
« on: January 09, 2018, 11:04 AM »
I have a table saw with an Incra fence and attached router table to the right of the blade and TS fence.  In this configuration is there a way to attach a router fence to the TS fence.  So you have the TS fence on the left side and router fence on the right.

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Offline live4ever

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Re: Incra TS and Router fence
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2018, 12:03 PM »
This gentleman did just that, though when I contacted him several years ago about it he wasn’t very forthcoming about the details (presumably because he was thinking about selling the adapter he made).  In any case, I’m sure anyone with the slightest machining abilities could figure it out.

Scroll down to the bottom for photos.  Basically you need a way of attaching the router fence to the rear of the positioner arm.

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Offline psavage1

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Re: Incra TS and Router fence
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2018, 06:18 PM »
Wouldn't you just need the
Fence Mounting Bracket - part# PLSP-400200
TS-IIIA Standard Rip Fence, 36" - part# PTSL-600100
Fence Glide Assy (Infeed) - part# PTSL-700100
Knob, 1/4"-20 x 3/4" (Infeed Fence Glide) - part# PKNB-100200
Fence Glide Assy (Outfeed) - part# PTSL-700200
Sub Fence Mounting Hardware Pack - part# PFST-800100 

found here?

Looks like you can get everything needed to recreate that for about $85 plus shipping from Incra.

Offline retfr8flyr

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Re: Incra TS and Router fence
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2018, 08:30 AM »
I have a router table mounted in my Jet table saw with the Incra TL-LS Joinery fence system. I don't use it the way Incra suggests, I just flip the fence around and use it as a stand alone router table.


Fence setup for TS use.




Fence setup for router use.




It only takes a couple of minutes to flip the fence around, as I have a set of stops set for both conditions.