How We Installed A Sawstop Sliding Crosscut Fence
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My SawStop Professional tablesaw with newly installed sliding crosscut fence.Thanks to Rick Harter for invaluable help in figuring things out and to Joey, the supervisor.I've wanted a SawStop sliding crosscut table ever since I tried one out at Woodworking in America 2016.
Sliding crosscut tables were a basic fixture in the English shops where I worked; I took them for granted as a safe, precise means of breaking down sheet goods and cutting multiple parts to identical length.
For eons, I've used a radial arm saw, but I recently decided it was time to upgrade.The unit arrived less than a week after I ordered it, and I wanted to get it working right away.According to the installation guide, I needed another pair of hands, so I called my longtime client-turned-friend Rick Harter, a retired teacher of high school science, who helped me set up other machines in my shop some years back.
Neither of us is an engineer or millwright (translation: when it comes to assembling such equipment, we are mos' def' muddling our way through), but Rick's warped sense of humor turns the blind leading the blind into a coffee-fueled party.
The installation took us a little under...