INCRA MITER 1000


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-- Michael Hoskowicz
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Michael,
I have both the model 1000 and the 2000 with extra fences (18" to 54") and the stops. The one used most often is the 1000 and once aligned to your blade, it's dead accurate and stays that way. The 2000 is the workhorse and I use the longest fences on it for when I'm making large panels or cross-cutting long (and heavy) stock.
Someone else recently did a review of the Osbourne and another make which I don't recall but he pointed out the pro's and con's of each as he found them for his purposes. No need for me to say I like the Incra's since I bought two and extra fences but I don't think you'll find a better more accurate miter gauge with no compromises on consistent accuracy - but then again, I'm biased.
Bob S.
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I have the 1000 which I use with a sacrificial fence. I got it mainly for doing the odd angles that it provides nice positive stops for. My main cross-cut and 45's miter gauge is the JDS Accumiter, which I still prefer to the Incra for those cuts. Still, for that price the 1000 is a no brainer.
Mike
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Ditto on both of the previous comments - I have the 1000SE. I put it on my TS, and aligned it, and it has been dead on accurate over hundreds of cuts. A great tool.
Nick B
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I don't have it but did a review of the Osborn III and the new Kreg miter gauge. The Osborn has QC issues as does the Kreg. I ended up with the Kreg with it being pulled off the production line, checked by 2 engineers and the sent to me to replace the second of the 2 Kregs that I had bought. That said, I have never heard any thing bad about the 1000 however I did not consider it because of all the real-estate it takes up behind it's fence.
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