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Thread: Inca LS-25 Positioner for SC2 Classic Sliding Saw

  1. #31
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    Here's my setup. Since I used the longer LS positioner I had to extend the aux table a bit. I may do a cleaner install later but it works fine now. I also put a Proscale setup on the crosscut fence and really like it. I have a Powermatic 65 snugged up against the rear of the saw, with a SS C.I. router table in the left wing, and a LS positioner for the router table as well. The router table L.S. positioner was originally on the slider, but then later I got the longer model. It only took nine months for it to arrive.


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    Last edited by Dave Cav; 10-24-2021 at 8:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Cav View Post
    Here's my setup. Since I used the longer LS positioner I had to extend the aux table a bit. I may do a cleaner install later but it works fine now. I also put a Proscale setup on the crosscut fence and really like it. I have a Powermatic 65 snugged up against the rear of the saw, with a SS C.I. router table in the left wing, and a LS positioner for the router table as well. The router table L.S. positioner was originally on the slider, but then later I got the longer model. It only took nine months for it to arrive.




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    Has anyone fitted a DRO to the K3 Hammer outrigger cross cut fence.
    Chris

    Everything I like is either illegal, immoral or fattening

  3. #33
    That is great Mike! I actually have this on my list to make identical to how you describe (minus the aluminum extrusion fence…). I’m really glad that it worked out so well for you. I recently picked up an inexpensive LS positioner off of CL for this express purpose. I have my fritz and frans jigs that work great for ripping but this will come in handy for longer cuts with the benefit of only having to move one piece to set the measurement in place of both fritz and frans jigs.

    Thanks for the detailed process with pictures.

  4. #34
    My quote for the aux table with corresponding hardware came in at over $600 USD when I ordered my SC4 last year. I decided one table was fine enough…

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