I was wondering if the older style Jessem guides (the ones that mount vertically to a fence) most often seen on a router table fence, could be used on the table saw? I have the Mark 7 / 520 fence with t-track on the vertical surface. Is the horizontal reach of these too limited as compared to the TS style?
Not having any experience with the Jessem table saw guides, are they superior enough that I really need both the TS and router guides? (the table saw guides I currently have are large yellow urethane spring loaded wheels and not that dependable anymore),
I have the INCRA Wonder fence setup so plans are to purchase the set normally used with a router fence (04125) and with any luck will be able to finally start making saw dust again by this Spring. Getting old SUCKS!!!
But it beats the alternative
I'd really like to just spend the money for the one set and have it do dual duty, but also know that I no longer will be able to safely and reliably feed stock into the table saw without mechanical help. If I truly need both, then that's what I'll budget for but if the router style will be sufficient then I can use the money saved on other goodies.
Any wisdom from the powers that be?