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Biesemeyer Table Saw Fence

Biesemeyer Commercial Fence (52" rails), $405

In recent years, tablesaw manufacturers have really stepped up their games when it comes to rip fences. Many factory fences now equal or exceed aftermarket models. But we've never found a fence we like better than a Biesemeyer. Simple and solid, with super-flat faces, it doesn't provide fancy microadjusters or T-slots for mounting jigs or feather boards. But it does its job supremely well and never has let us down in many years of use.

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Comments (4)
tedbrydges wrote:

I have a Beaver 10" saw with a cast iron top. The blade is not perfectly aligned with the miter gauge slots and I cannot see any way to adjust it.I'd appreciate any advice on how to fix it. Thanks.

9/16/2015 05:38:37 PM Report Abuse
wolflahti wrote:

At half the price of a Biesemeyer, Mule Cabinetmaker's Accusquare is the best fence I've seen. As with the Biesie, it does not offer microadjust (I've never seen the need for it), but it does have T-slots on three faces. And the company has excellent customer service.

10/2/2014 02:31:24 PM Report Abuse
pmrii wrote:

Regardless of which fence you use, remember that you MUST align both sides of the fence with the saw blade. This may require that one side has to be shimmed out.

10/2/2014 10:12:47 AM Report Abuse
lh443 wrote:

I'm suffering with the fence that came with my Delta hybrid, just junk. Would love one of these under the tree.

12/2/2011 11:19:56 AM Report Abuse

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