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43" Uni-t-fence Table SAW Fence By Peachtree Woodworking - PW1113
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- 43" Heavy duty aluminum extrusion up-grade fence for the Delta Unifence Table Saw Guide System
- Replaces the Stock Delta Fence which mounts to their saw fence guide.
- You must own the Delta UniFence to use this product. ( NOT INCLUDED )
- Simple mounting - slide the stock fence off and slide the Uni-T-Fence on.
- No holes to drill
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The Uni-T-Fence is a heavy duty aluminum extrusion up-grade fence foe the Delta Uni-fence Table Saw System. The extruded square design allows you to attach or even build many different types of jigs and fixtures. Comes in 36" and 43", each sold separately.
Top Customer Reviews
Simple to install by just loosening the original, slide it off, slide this on, tighten down. Done. I added a new measuring tape on the main extrusion and recalibrated the whole fence. Now its again spot on. Excellent price for the options it gives you on the table saw.
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IMO this is an excellent upgrade for a Unifence that could easily be adapted to other fences with a little ingenuity.
A member on LumberJocks pointed me to this fence. If it worked, it would save me over a hundred dollars, since the other hold downs ran over two hundred dollars.
This fence appeared as if it would solve my problem [of quickly attaching and removing accessories]. It provided a flat top surface and T slots for mounting things, so I took the plunge.
When it arrived, the new fence slid right on. No hassle, what so ever. Just like the original, it can be slid back to serve as a stop block. It has a nice, solid feel and appears to be straight and true.
I mounted my Board Buddies on pieces of plastic composite counter top. I cut the composite long enough to set the locking knobs for securing the Buddies to the fence well back from the hold downs, so they are easy to access and turn.
Since the T slots of the fence accept standard bolts, making quick release hold downs was a just a matter of sliding bolts into the fence, and through holes in the composite (or your choice of material), then turning the 10-24 knobs I was using. It takes only very slight pressure to lock the hold-downs in position.
Before, installing my Board Buddies was complicated and they got used only occasionally. After all, not only did I have to install them, but I had to remove them when the next cut was for a narrow piece of material.
There was no guarantee the other hold-downs would have mounted any quicker and I still would have had to jump through hoops to create a good mounting system.
A little background: I'm on my second Unisaw. The first was a right tilt and the current a left tilt. Both came with Unifences.
I have been wholly satisfied with my Unifences. The few people I've known with Biesemeyer fences could not show me any advantages they had over my Unifence or that were not offset by the differences in the two fences, since the two start off equal in accuracy (no, the Unifence does not need a back rail).
The Unifence was far more adjustable than the other style. Flipping it over allows it to be used for laminate trimming. Pushing it back allows it to be used as a stop block for the miter push. On the other hand, the Biesemeyer seems to lend itself better to adding hold downs, like the Board Buddies.
A board rounded over to sit in the cupped surface on the back side of the Unifence allowed me to install my Board Buddies, but it did take a little more effort to remove and install them.