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  • Attaching featherboards to bt3k fence

    I think I saw some photos of how to attach feather boards and fence extensions to the BT3k. Anyone in the forum have suggestions on how to do this without drilling into the fence?

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    You can slide bolts into the t-slots, I think the slots took 1/4" bolts but I sold my BT3 years ago and no longer remember. There are some articles on this in the articles section of the site A couple of them are referenced below as well as a link that ties back to all the old articles that were on the site in the beginning. There is an entire section on fence attachments in the middle of the page. The fixture blocks are now available through the T-Nuts.com and are under the Saw Parts section.

    Legacy Articles

    BT3000 Rip Fence Featherboard Add-On

    A review of the MicroPreciis BT3 fixture blocks
    Chr's
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    A moral man does it.

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    • jeffbrown3841
      jeffbrown3841 commented
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      Many thanks! I will check them all out.

  • #3
    A bit late to the party, but here is another solution. Uses a variation of the fixture block, and mounts on top of the rip fence.

    Hope this isn't a duplicate from the Legacy Articles.
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    • #4
      The BT3 fixture blocks can be ordered from http://t-nuts.com/index.php?cPath=77_63

      I just ordered a set.

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      • #5
        Originally posted by aiyou View Post
        A bit late to the party, but here is another solution. Uses a variation of the fixture block, and mounts on top of the rip fence.

        Hope this isn't a duplicate from the Legacy Articles.
        Please take pics and we can add this to the articles.I like your idea!
        just another brick in the wall...

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