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Useless Zero Stop Guide for many
Micro Jig ZeroPlay Guide Bar System
The Zero Stop is for T-slot only. No where does the description say this. The guide bars work well enough, but way overpriced. Consider making your own instead.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I had seen Table saw sleds for a long time and wanted one, but till I purchased a folding one which needed the right miter slots as some of these are too small I had waited.
I Saw these and they are great, The instructions are easy to understand and I did it. I now have a sled that is 24x32 and using the 5 cut method cuts within .009 which is as close as anyone needs.
If you are thinking about one wait no longer.
P.S. use 3/4" ply and get longer screws too attach the runners 1/2" is too flimsy. Also only use good Ply Hardwood or Birch Etc.
It should last a lifetime.
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Instructions not necessary as the use is self evident.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Doesn't work in T-Slot
Can be adjusted to fit most mitre slots
Not for olderTable saws
The tool comes with a Zero Stop Guide which uses a "t-slot" design to slide into the wider slot at the bottom of table saw miter guide that are newer.Mine is a Dewalt contractor circa 1980, and does not have the t-track in the miter guide and after calling the company, they said it would not work with my model.
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