Shop Fox W1410 - Fence w/ Standard Rails
click to zoom
Free shipping within the Contiguous United States.
Sales of this outlet item are limited to quantity on hand.
We're so excited about the Shop Fox® Fence that if you aren't completely satisfied with the quality and performance of this fence, you can return it within 90 days, no questions asked - we guarantee it!
- Convert your old table saw into a cutting machine!
- Rip lumber with total confidence!
- Fits on most major brands with 27" tables including Delta®, Sears®, Jet®, Artisan® and of course our G1022 & G1023.
Accessories and Related Items:
You May Also Like:
Customers who purchased this item also purchased:
13 Customer Reviews (4.8 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review
Pretty good product. It slides smoothly on the rails. (I recommend lightly sanding the edge of the rails. There is a wax or oil on the edge to prevent it from rusting I would guess.) It's very accurate and locks in place tight. If you want to upgrade an old but good working saw without spending a ton of money this is perfect. I bought a used g1022 for $100.00 and didn't want the spend a ton on a fence. I would have just bought a new saw at that point. The only thing I can see as being an issue is the design of the back end of the fence needs about a 6 1/2 inch clearance to an outfeed table if you plan on using one. Otherwise, great product. Just be patient in setting it up and I think you'll be happy with it. I hope this is helpful! Good luck!
It takes a little bit of time to get it right. But when you do, WALLA!!! Thad thing is firstname.lastname@example.org on answer smoother than a bowl of ice cream on a hot Summer day.
Don't believe this comes out of the box and goes straight onto a saw. The directions are clear and straight forward, but it isn't as simple as changing rails and getting to work. It took a lot of tinkering to get the rails right, then it took two disassembles to get the fence right before I could get the tension down. Final tuning once it went together was straight forward and the fence is rock solid and easy to move. Just what I wanted, and if you wait to put an aux fence over it before you mount the tape it's fast to adjust.
Installed one one my '56 Craftsman 113, and one on Dads 80's era Craftsman. I could have used existing holes on the runners and drilled my table casting, but it was a simple job to drill the runners instead and utilize the preexisting holes of my table and extensions. It spared my classic saw and made a better fit overall. Can't justify the brand that rhymes with "cheese frier" as testimonies depict a cheapened product in recent years. Bang for buck I couldn't be happier and my table saw is FUN now!
I purchased this fence as a replacement for the original on my G1022. It is a little tedious to set up, but easy to attach a digital scale. Sorry, Grizzly, but now I don't need to replace my 25 year old table saw!
I love the fence, but I don't love the installation instructions. The front rail needs to be lower than the back rail, but you don't know that until you have all the holes tapped and the rails drilled. I can't believe I am the first Craftsman table saw owner to tell you this. You have a computer add a note! Other than that, this is an astounding value.
The fence itself is very good. \r\nThe setup manual is terrible with fuzzy picture and not enough detail. Had to do a lot of experimenting to get the rails right. Also bought a new angle iron for the back rail and made it fit my Grizzly table saw. You would think Grizzly would have a rail that fits their own saw.
I've used grizzly over the years for numerous items. They provide a variety of products and have never been disappointed with any of them! I will continue to use them in the future!
Not to happy with the fit and finish of the rails. The rails were bowed and paint look terrible. Also, got a pack of hardware with it that is not mentioned in the instructions, no idea what to do with them. Now with all that said, this is a fantastic fence. I mounted it on a Craftsman saw and had to drill holes in the saw table and the fence rails, and I will tell you the first thing to do is throw away the drill bit and especially the tap. Buy a quality set of taps ($10) and the job will go so much easier. I would have eventually broke off the supplied tap had I tried to use it-worthless-and I am a retired industrial mechanic, take my word for it.\r\n\r\nI know, odd 5 star review, but for the price I paid compared to the alternatives, I could not believe how good the fence works.
I bought this fence and rail system to fit on an old Craftsman 113.27521 table saw. As expected I needed to drill and tap my saw table, but the fence fit perfectly, was easy to install, and was square right out of the box. I've used it several times a week for almost a month and couldn't be happier.