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  • Looking for a Unifence on the Prairies

    Greetings,

    After years of using various Biesemeyer-style table saw fences, I am a recent Unifence convert, and I would like to add a second to the shop. I am located in Manitoba, and while I realize that there are fewer posts from my locale than from southern Ontario, I would be remiss if I didn't cover this ground. I would be willing to either travel for the right piece, or ship if travelling is out of the question.

    I am open to either the "new" or "old" styles, with a preference for complete assemblies and longer rails, and should this be a touch unlikely to find, I would consider piecing together like-aged components.

    If you have a Unifence in need of some love, send me a message, and we can take it from there.
    Last edited by Blue Spruce; 08-18-2019, 11:28 AM.
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    Re: Looking for a Unifence on the Prairies

    Can I ask what it is about Unifence that turns your crank? Just curious, nothing more.
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      Re: Looking for a Unifence on the Prairies

      The dual ability to pull the fence back for ripping, and retaining relevant cursor measurements for two heights seems to fit the type of work I do on a cabinet saw. While it isn't an Incra, with a bearing carriage replacing the stock nylon front foot, it is solid and smooth.

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        Re: Looking for a Unifence on the Prairies

        Thanks Mr. Spruce. The Unifence is a good fence for sure.Ssometimes when i add my auxiliary fence to my excalibur I think of owning a unifence but the I love my excalibur for other things so it's a trade off I guess.
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