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INCRA TS-LS Table Saw Fence System
... The INCRA TS-LS Fence System is a remarkable fence system with far-reaching capabilities far beyond even high-buck factory or aftermarket t-square fences. The entire unit is made with the traditional INCRA quality and attention to detail. And that includes their use of first rate materials and manufacturing processes ...
- Text & Photos by Tom Hintz/NewWoodworker.com
 
INCRA TS-LS Table Saw Fences
INCRA promotes their table saw and router table line of LS positioning fences as also useful for cutting dovetails and box joints. All that is certainly possible, and they include extensive instructions and ruler templates for doing that. I installed their router table option on the left side of my table-saw so I can slide over the entire LS fence system for router table use as well – slick! Works great for that as well.
- by Lumberjocks.com
   
INCRA Precision Marking Rules
Relatively late in life I learned the old saw (pun intended) "Measure Twice, Cut Once." I wish these Incra measuring tools had been available at that time because I'm sure my measurements (and cutting) through the years would have been much more accurate.
- By Sheldon Grand/Woodworking.org
 
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