Excalibur EXTT45/78 Rip Fence

WOOD magazine rating
Average reader rating
4.8
out of 5
Brand:
Excalibur
Model:
EXTT45/78
Price:
$340

Description

Front/rear locking design
Top of fence and fence face t-slot locations
Requires drilling the mounting rail or saw table
Extruded aluminum rail material
62" rip capacity (right of blade)
Extruded aluminum face material
2-1/2" face height
44-1/2" face length
Optional microadjustability

WOOD magazine review

Excalibur EXTT45/78 Rip Fence

Review Summary

High points: Tied with the Incra for the least deflection (.001") in the test. Glides smoothly across the tabletop,yet locks securely and parallel to the blade. Low points: When we moved the fence left of the blade,the out-of-parallel right fence face caused stock to pinch between the fence and blade. Light-color cursor can be difficult to read.
More points: Drilling into your saw’s cast-iron table is required for installation,but the factory- supplied gauge makes locating and drilling the mounting holes simple. Our fence was .007" out of square with the tabletop, and there’s no adjustment to correct it. Excalibur’s Graham Wray says that’s outside of their acceptable tolerance and that the fence would be replaced under warranty.

Detailed Ratings

4.5
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

4

Value

4

Reader Reviews

Excalibur Table saw fence

Review Summary

This was a great investment when I bought, now when i need parts I can't a trace of the company to order parts from. Not impressed.

Detailed Ratings

4.8
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

5

Value

4

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