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Can anyone advise on a reliable rip fence for a Parkside (Lidl) portable table saw. The original one is very inaccurate. I need one that just attaches at the operator side as I am incorporating the saw flush into my workbench. Many thanks
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Lots of examples of homemade fences on youtube. I'll see if I can find a link.

Axminister do one but it'll cost about the same as the saw!

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I had one of those saws many years ago that I passed on to a friend who still has it. I used a bit of 2x1 held in position with speed clamps as a guide fence. It worked to a point but it was cumbersome and did not have the accuracy of fine cuts. It really depends what you want to use it for but for £100 this does most things https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb763 ... 240v/958hf

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Thanks for all the info. Want to keep the saw as it works perfectly for me. Reckon I will build one then.
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