I purchased one last year from "Woodpeckers" and while the quality
of the 1000SE was great, it did not fit in the miter slot on my
Grizzly 1023 cabinet saw. The plastic rings on the 1000SE miter bar
would not expand enough to prevent it from wobbling in the slot.
Woodpeckers customer service was great and they sent out another miter
bar free of charge but it did not work any better. So if you have a
Grizzly saw, you might look elsewhere.
Like Andy...100 percent of my 90 degree cuts are made with sleds ...
and so are my 45 & 22 1/2 degree cuts for that matter...
I have had a Incra 2000 for years and honestly I hate it...just too
big, too heavy, and just too much trouble to use...(NO COMPLAINTS
about accuracy however)....
Afew months ago I picked up the "cheaper" 1000 and it is a pleasure to
use ... Just a lot lighter, smaller and easier to throw on my Table
Saw when I need to make that weird angle cut.... AND like the 2000 I
HAVE NO COMPLAITS with accuracy... Just a lot more used friendly in
my opinion then the 2000
Ive got a 1023 and the 1000SE fits fine. I did have to really torque
down on the set screws to expand the little guide washers. Once I did
that there is absolutely no slop whatsoever.
I used use a crosscut sled for ALL my 90degree cuts. Once I got this
setup, I don't bother. The incra miter guage is so dead on it's a joy
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