The means whereby it attaches to the table is different. The FastTrack is
supported on one side only. The adjustments are a bit fiddly on the
FastTrack, but can be done accurately. I just can't do them quickly and
accurately at the same time.
The extrusions and resaw fence look to be identical.
The Woodhaven tools I've seen in use have been well engineered and
This one looks pretty good, but like the FastTrack you can't saw on
the inside of the blade from what I can tell due to the locking
mechanism(s) on the lefthand side (inside) of the fence. Not to
confuse you further but you might also want to take a look at Mule
Cab's BS fence too.
Woodpecker used to sell a very good fence\table system. I was planning
on gettting it, but they pulled it for "redesign" a few years back and
have so far not offered it since (even though I've been bugging them).
I just may get the Mule some time soon. It looks simple yet robust and
and you can cut on the outside or inside of the fence should you need
ps, usual disclaimers apply.
On 8 Sep 2004 10:25:27 -0700, email@example.com (Never Enough
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