Seems to me they don't need to run the entire length of the table - if the
table's outfeed distance is greater than the length of the miter bar, right?
First Question: Wouldn't the proper way to size the outfeed miter slots be -
to run the miter gauge fence up to (or slightly past) the arbor, then see
how much of the bar protrudes off the table???
You don't really need to keep pushing the gauge forward, once the cut is
Second Question: Is there a good reason to make the outfeed slots using
T-track, or some other snug fitting apparatus? Or should I just cut a slot
that reasonably matches the width and depth of the slot in the CI table?