Standard T-Square
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Standard T-Square For Cabinet Saws, Bandsaws, Contractor Saws – (extrusion sold separately)

5 out of 5 based on 21 customer ratings
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$219.00

Works with a Biesemeyer style guide rail – Dimensions 3″x2″ OR 75mm X 50mm

This is the Original VerySuperCool T-Square. It has a fixed throat and works with a standard 3″x2″ guide rail OR 75mm X 50mm guide rail if you have metric sized tubing. This T-square will work perfectly with your existing guide rails IF you own a Biesemeyer fence or have a Biesemeyer style guide rail system. (Click Read More below to see cross-sectional diagram showing the exact guide rail specs required.) We don’t sell guide rails, but if you don’t have proper guide rails you can make your own! We have free downloadable plans and detailed videos showing all the steps.

IMPORTANT! You will need an aluminum extrusion to attach to your T-square. We only sell our proprietary machined extrusions in two sizes: 42″ or 48″ machined aluminum extrusions. You will also need some extra tnuts and bolts for attaching jigs, stops and various fixtures.

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Every T-Square purchase includes one custom UHMW t- glide with t-nut and bolt for the aluminum extrusion.  So even if you buy your extrusion elsewhere you’ll have everything you need for your new fence setup.

THE POWER IS IN THE TNUTS: The most powerful feature of having an aluminum extrusion fence is being able to attach jigs, stops, clamps and what ever you can dream up to make your woodworking project more efficient and more fun! We recommend that you to purchase some t-nuts in order to enjoy the full value of your new VerySuperCool Fence System. They aren’t expensive, but they aren’t commonly available in most hardware stores. FYI: We can’t find them at Home Depot or even the popular online industrial supplier Grainger.

We sell the 40 series, metric aluminum extrusions 40X80mm in 42 and 48 inch lengths. Numerous extrusions will work with our fence system, but ours is superior. No other extrusions are as flat and straight as the extrusions made from our proprietary die. Our extrusions are CNC machined on all four sides, quality control checked, and then anodized. If you prefer SAE extrusions, we recommend you shop for the series 15 1530 (1.5″ X 3″).

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WILL IT WORK WITH MY TABLE SAW AND GUIDE RAIL? (Click diagrams to view larger) The diagrams below show the standard measurements of a Biesemeyer-style guide rail system. Use this drawing for reference to see if your saw matches these specifications. If you do not have this style of guide rail system, you can build your own or buy one from any number of dealers that sell this style of guide rail. Click HERE to download/print out a pdf of all 3 diagrams. 

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DO I NEED NEED TO PURCHASE A FENCE? The real advantage of this fence system comes from being able to easily attach aluminum extrusion fences. Please note, there are 100’s of varieties of extrusions available, on and offline. We encourage you to shop around if you like. – For your convenience, we offer two length styles in the 40mm x 80mm dimension. The 42″ aluminum extrusion is especially great for a contractor’s saw, but works fantastic with any table saw. The 48″ aluminum extrusion is great for larger saws, and for those that feed large plywood sheets and can benefit from extra length at the feed end of the table. They both function the same, some just prefer the extra 3 inches at either end which allows more room for stops, jigs and various attachments.

WILL I NEED TO BUY ANYTHING ELSE? Every T-Square that ships includes 1 UHMW bearing glide with t-nut and bolt to attach to an aluminum extrusion as a fence. We recommend you purchase extra t-nuts since they are sometimes hard to find. It’s not necessary to purchase an extra custom extrusion glide unless you plan on having multiple/interchangeable aluminum extrusion fences. The UHMW plastic glide included with your purchase will last a lifetime.

ATTENTION SAWSTOP OWNERS: Your t-square requires a special offset pointer because of the placement of the guide rail tubing measuring tape. Please let us know with your purchase so we can include this custom accessory to your shipment at no extra charge. Visit full product details page here. Watch more VerySuperCool Table Saw Fence System videos here.

MADE IN THE USA: This CNC’d and powder coated t-square is made in Rochester, Minnesota. If you already have a Beisemeyer table saw railing system, this will work perfectly with what you already have. Having a second fence, especially one that is so versatile, will change how you work in your shop.

SHIPPING DETAILS:  When in stock, our VerySuperCool T-Square ships within 48 hours of payment from our Texas distribution center.

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  1. 4e77d471

    5 out of 5 Leo (verified owner) - June 3, 2016

    (verified owner)

    I have been using this product for about a week now and I love it. I am glad that I bought this product. I have watched the video on how the original was made & was going to make one myself. I bought all the iron needed to make one but there was one problem. I didn’t have a welding machine & didn’t have any friends that knew how to weld. I thought brazing would work but the kit I bought didn’t get the metal hot enough to get a good brazing connection. So I started looking for a welding machine and for the price of a new or used welding machine that can weld 3/8″ steel, it was cheaper for me to buy the T-Square. I had recently completed my table-saw workstation and was missing a good & reliable T-Square fence. I followed the rail system videos to build a rail system for my work station. If anyone would ask I would recommend this product.

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  2. Jeff

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I love this fence system.

    I own a high-end kitchen company and I discovered the Very Super Cool Tools website while searching for an upgrade for our damaged Biesemeyer tablesaw fence. Allen was extremely helpful in determining what we would need to complement our Delta X5 setup.

    The T-square and extrusion were easy to set up and we are very pleased with the upgrade. The Festool quick clamps also fit nicely in the extrusion slots which should make for some quick jig setups! I recommend getting the tall auxiliary fence and extra T nuts for shop-built jigs.

    The JessEm stock guides were a fantastic suggestion to add to the VSC T-square and extrusion because they are designed FOR the extrusion and are quick to install, setup, and adjust. The guides hold the material down to the table and into the fence which increases accuracy and safety. Ripping 8 foot long sheet goods used to be a combination of death grip and hope in order to avoid ‘the wobble’. Building cabinets in the shop today, we used the new set up for the first time while ripping 2′ x 8′ x 3/4″ birch plywood. It was was a breeze using the JessEm guides.

    I HIGHLY recommend the VSC T-Square, the VSC extrusion, AND the JessEm Clear-Cut Stock Guides. It’s a very super cool system. (Opting out of any of the components would be like using a track saw without a track. Sure, it would work, but not nearly as well.)

    Great customer service and quality products which will make your work easier, safer, and more accurate, what more could you ask for?

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  3. John McNatt

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Great fence system!! I own an Architectural woodwork shop in Galveston, Texas and have a standard t-square with the VSCT’s machined aluminum extrusion installed on my RT-40 table saw. This saw regularly sees 8 & 10/4 stock being shoved through it and this fence does not budge. I have noticed that the fence locks down on EXACTLY where the cursor lands every time it is moved which is a huge plus in a production shop. My shop foreman has commented that the accuracy of cuts have improved and we look forward to using the t slots in the future for jigs. I strongly recommend this fence and I will be purchasing more in the future for other pieces of industrial equipment we use. Thank you for a well thought out tool.

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  4. toddf

    5 out of 5

    I have just finished my rail system build and T-Square installation and I couldn’t be happier with the end result. I will echo what others have said about the customer service. From the first email to the product delivery, dealing with the folks at Very Super Cool Tools was pleasant, and they were very responsive and professional. The actual T-Square itself was simple to install and setup so it was aligned perfectly to the miter slot, something I struggled to maintain on my previous fence. The T-Square itself is very well made, very solid, and locks down tight. When it is locked down there is no play in either the T-Square or the attached fence.

    I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a new fence system. I have not seen or used anything that performs the task as well, while at the same time being extremely versatile when used with the aluminium extrusion and t-nuts and bolts . I am already working on a new rail system for my band saw so I can use the T-Square and fence on it as well.

    Todd

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  5. mspriggs908

    5 out of 5 Precision at it's finest.

    (verified owner)

    T-track is everything as advertised and more. Set up is so simple. Instructions are very detailed and easy to follow. You can’t mess this up. Verysupercooltools are exactly that. Fabricating the guide rails was also pretty easy. Just follow the step by step instructions along with the videos and it couldn’t have been any easier, unless Alan came and did it for me. Completely satisfied with the quality and final installation.

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  6. Michael Olson

    5 out of 5 Best thing since sliced bread

    I’m a full time soldier and part time wood worker. I inherited my father’s old delta unisaw from about 1945ish and called allen about his fences as well as how to adjust the original saw. No pressure sales and lots of knowledge. Can’t wait to place my order and start making man glitter.

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  7. Gerry Maroulis

    5 out of 5 The Best Table Saw Fence In Existence!

    (verified owner)

    No kidding, it’s the best! I have a SawStop Pro Cabinet Saw and love this product.

    Gerry Maroulis

    The fence that came with my SawStop PCS was a Biesemeyer style fence and although it did a good job as a fence, it was very limited for using various jigs with it. Before I knew Allan and VSC Tools I was a subscriber to The Wood Whisperer, Marc Spagnuolo. In one of his many YouTube presentations Marc talked about the VSC Tools fence and I was HOOKED!

    The next morning I called Allan and bought the fence, the tall fence attachment, extra T-nuts and bolts and also the Plug popper tool. This is the only fence I have been using since. I love it so much for what it does that I could recommended more.

    The flexibility and ease in adding jigs and accessories is amazing and so easy that you actually use all of those jigs when necessary. The fence is super robust and straight as a light beam. Super easy to set up and once is set up it stays set forever it seems. I set mine up 2 years ago and have not touched it since! I have checked it periodically to see if it has kept the settings and I am impressed by how robust it is.

    Any dislikes? YEAH…the darn green color. (They aren’t green anymore, but they used to be). I did not like it so I painted mine black. Unfortunately after I repainted mine it started chipping and I decided to strip the whole thing down and I just gave it to a local powder coating shop to repaint gloss black with all the little accessories in gloss red paint. After all it is used on a SawStop and I like everything to much. :) It’s the best fence on earth and deserves to also look cool too!

    NOTE: As I said, the current T-squares are painted black now, so please don’t let my comments about the green color keep you from buying this. :)

    It is really the only fence I will use in my woodworking life. If you are looking for an upgrade for your Table Saw call Allan and you will pat yourself on the back for doing so. I MORE than highly recommended.

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  8. John

    5 out of 5 Best Fence Ever!

    5 minutes after I placed my order, Allan called me and immediately saved me about $100 bucks. Received the system in less than a week, well packaged and assembled and squared perfectly under 20 minutes. The fence is fabulous. I will never own any other fence ever again. Dead on accuracy, extremely well built, affordable and American made! You can’t go wrong with this fence system and I’m a very happy customer.

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  9. Alan

    5 out of 5 An overall excellent experience and the best saw fence I have ever used

    (verified owner)

    Just installed the T-square with aluminum (42″) fence on a 2014 SawStop PCS. The instructions from verysupercool tools were very clear. Installation took under 20 minutes. It’s one of the best upgrades I’ve made in my shop. Just a little background, my original Sawstop fence was practically a banana (convex). Although I spent several hours trying to shim the original fence (between the laminated board and the steel square, as the steel square was actually bowed), however, the allen headed bolts would pull the fence in slightly at the bolt locations and cause a wavy fence. I could not get a straight cut with the saw. I searched the internet for a solution, and happened upon the verysupercool tools site. I’m very glad I did. I now get dead accurate cuts with my table saw. The fence is wonderful. It is very well made and glides on the table better than the original fence. I really like the slots in the fence to allow for jigs/stops.

    I opted to add the modified Jessem clear cut TS guides. What an amazing addition! I can now practically one hand material through the saw and I no longer have to worry about the material drifting away from the fence at the end of the cut. These guides are very easy to slip on and off the fence as needed.

    I had a very minor issue with the fence and Allan personally called me within 10 minutes of having sent my email. He was very helpful and had my issue cleared up in just a few minutes. The product is American made, extremely well-built, and the owners are very friendly and customer oriented. What’s not to love about the fence or the brand? I would not hesitate in ordering from them again.

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  10. Brian

    5 out of 5 Very pleased

    (verified owner)

    I just got my new fence installed to replace my original Delta Biesemeyer. I’m very pleased with the fit and finish of the fence. I love the extrusion. The fixturing possibilities are going to be endless. The ability to adjust the vertical face is something I was not able to do on my old fence.

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  11. Eric Rimel

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    First, a word about Customer Service. Absolutely top notch. I asked a question via email and was called by Allan. We spoke at length even though my question was minor and dealt with in a few seconds, we spoke for 20 minutes. I had a minor issue with the fence upon receipt and a new part was on my doorstep the next day.

    My build was based on 12 foot steel so I ended up with slightly over 8 feet of rip capacity to the right and just over 3 feet on the left. This length made my build a bit more time consuming and slightly cumbersome because I tackled it all alone but it was very straightforward.

    If you can measure, follow instructions and drill/tap holes you can build your own guide rails. The video series shows step by step ‘How To’ and is very well done.

    I have used just about every commercially available tablesaw fence in my…gasp….30 years of woodworking, as a hobbiest, professional cabinetmaker/furnituremaker and teacher. This fence is as good or better than anything I’ve ever used. I have not yet taken advantage of the T-Slots in the extrusion for jigs/fixtures/tall fence, etc. But I have all sorts of ideas rattling around in my head to make my work faster, safer, more accurate and repeatable.

    A very, Very Super Cool Tool indeed.

    Thanks for offering a well thought out product, excellent customer service AND a library of how-to-do-it-yourself information for the masses.

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  12. Spencer

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I haven’t had a chance to use my T-square fence yet (just got it last week), but I wanted to review VSC Tools’ customer service. They are great! Allan called me personally when my shipment was going to be a day or two late. We chatted a bit and Allan’s enthusiasm for not just the product but woodworking in general was awesome. He truly wants to help other woodworkers enjoy the craft and do great work. When I received the extrusion, it happened to have a slight bow in it. I emailed them and received a reply within a couple of hours. They immediately sent me a new extrusion with a shipping label to return the bowed one. Most retailers make you wait until they receive the returned product back, but these guys are so cool they just sent it right away. Sometimes customer service in small businesses is hit or miss, but VSC Tools is a definite hit! I plan to buy more products of theirs in the future because of their care for the robustness of the product and their sincere desire to get great tools into the hands of woodworkers. They’re not just trying to make a buck. These are real woodworkers making real tools for real work.

    As for the product, again I haven’t had a chance to use it, but it looks and feels rock-solid. I can’t wait to “get on with it” as Allan often says in his videos. :)

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    • steve

      (verified owner)

      Got my VSCTools t-square and 40mm fence last week. I was nearly finished with my rails when it arrived. It looks like everyone is in agreement – this is an outstanding fence system. The instructions that came with the t-square were simple and straight forward on how to align and square everything up. I immediately grabbed a piece of scrap and pushed it through the saw…wow. Pulled out the micrometer and I was out 0.003″ over the length (18″) of hard maple I cut – and that was just a quick set up with my combo square. Truly worth the investment! This thing doesn’t budge once set. I’ve cut some fairly big pieces of hard wood and ply in the last few days and could not be happier with the fence and t-square! If your sitting on the fence (pun intended!) about the investment, pull the trigger. You’ll be very happy you did.

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  13. Gary

    5 out of 5

    I just got the fence installed and have been using it for only two days, but let me tell you of my experience.
    Install: Straightforward and simple, I installed on a Jet left tilt 3HP saw with 52″ table, no issues with install

    Use: For whatever reason I had issues with my stock Jet fence, I continually burned the piece of wood between the fence and blade. I found this problem with Birch, Maple, and Cherry. I was running a Forrest blade (new) with a Forrest 5″ vibration reduction disc. I calibrated the table (miter slots) to the blade and the fence to the miter slots and checked the fence time after time to ensure it was dead on accurate (square to blade and table). Now I cannot explain why or how, or what the science or reasoning is behind it but now that I have installed and calibrated this fence…no more burn. Same blade, same wood, different fence. Go figure, but I am friggin happy about that.

    This seemingly simple addition to my table saw has made it much nicer and more accurate to use. I have only had it two days and have not had the opportunity to scratch the surface of the available options I can add with the T-Slots.

    Kudos to you fellas who created this beast…Im diggin it.

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  14. Bill Rouleau

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I am the proud owner of a new VerySuperCoolTools T-square and am using on a 1961 Craftsman cabinet saw.
    Many years ago I replaced the original with Craftsman’s Exact-I-Rip and lately it won’t hold the alignment with the blade.
    Seems I have to re-adjust each time.
    The new T-square is the best investment I could have made for the saw.

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  15. Fred

    5 out of 5

    I am a DIYer and I formerly owned an Incra Positioner but found the process to be too cumbersome when I needed to change my cuts.I saw this fence reviewed on Wood Whisperer and after much research I decided to pull the trigger on buying one. When the fence arrived it was well packed and had all the parts listed on the packing list. The quality\manufacturing of all the parts was first class. Prior to mounting the fence I had to install some Biesemeyer rails I had bought. Mounting the rails was the most difficult part as the bolt holes had to be drilled and tapped. Once the rails were mounted, and following the excellent instructions, the fence was installed, adjusted and ready to use in about 30 minutes. The saw I mounted the fence on is a General 2 HP contractor saw. I have yet to use any jigs on the fence but I am sure it will be easy when do decide to use it on the extruded aluminum. I am looking forward to adding a digital scale. I would recommend this fence to anyone and would buy it again

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  16. Steve

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I recommended this fence system to my Dad, then I got jealous and bought one for myself. Neither of us are what you’d call seasoned metalworkers, and both of us had to build our own rail assembly. My Dad had some help from a fellow who really knows his way around a metal shop, and then my Dad and I teamed up on my saw install.

    My saw is a DeWalt DW746X, and my Dad’s is some kind of Grizzly. There’s really no magic knowhow to installing a fence system. You measure, you drill, you tap, then you bolt it on. In spite of this being literally the first time I’d used a grinder in anger, my final product looks great, works well, and is solid. Allen’s not talking smack when he says you can attach it to any saw. Watch the videos, get some taps, some cutting fluid and you’re good to go. If you’re nervous about it, buy some extra metal and work the kinks out of your technique first.

    The only thing I’ve found that I think could be made better is the VHMW Plastic used to make the fence slider. The edges should be rounded over so it doesn’t catch on miter slots, T-Tracks, and all that. Of course it’s easy enough to do myself, but it detracted from my experience a little bit when I first dropped it onto the saw.

    If you want to see more pictures and so forth from my build, you can go to my blog:

    http://indisputablefacts.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/more-love-for-the-table-saw/

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  17. James

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    “Allen Little’s designed T-square fence is an essential piece of woodworking equipment. Is it better than a Biesmyer? I think so for a lot of reasons. The main reason in my opinion is the extruded aluminum fence. It is dead flat and straight and has NO flexing what so ever while making a cut. It also allow you to attach those all important jig securely using the T- Nuts and bolts. Allen Little’s T Square is very solidly built, well designed and absolutely stays in place once its locked down. This T-Square and fence is everything the Very Super Cool Tools website says it is and more. It is truly the last fence you will ever need! But than again you may be inclined to purchase additional “Very Super Cool Tools” fences for other equipment in your shop.” On an additional note: Allen helped me through the process of building my own guide rail system for my table saw. Which was a challenge that turned out to be much easier than I thought and very enjoyable. I would highly recommend that you review and subscribe to his videos on the “ASKWOODMAN” Utube channel.

    James Blaine
    Michigan Woodworker and happy “Very Super Cool Tools” customer

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  18. stevehjones@gmail.com

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I just got T-square and fence and I’m here to tell you that I couldn’t be more pleased with them! I purchased an older Craftsman 10″ table saw (with a solid cast iron top and extensions and an arbor style saw drive) and simply had to upgrade from the stock fence (junk) that was with it. I shopped around, pricing other popular aftermarket fences… all I can say about that is YIKES! My wife would’ve left me if I spent that much money on a fence. I then came across the ‘AskWoodMan’ videos on YouTube and realized that, with the addition of a Besemyer(sp?) rail, I could use this. I looked at the illustrations for the fence provided on the website and using those I ordered the proper lengths of 2×3 tube and 3×3 angle. I was able to mount them using the original holes in the table top. The T-square and the fence couldn’t be simpler to assemble, mount and align. I had been using an JoinTech fence (a forerunner to the Incra jig system) and it was indeed accurate… but cumbersome and when I removed it (as I often did) it had to be re-calibrated again. With the verysupercooltools fence, you can pop it off and on with repeatable accuracy. It’s heavy duty and tough and should last… well, longer than I probably will. American made, high quality, reasonably priced… what more could you ask for?

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  19. rexparkison

    5 out of 5

    I came across Marc Spagnuolo’s review of Allen Little’s T-Square fence system while looking for information on a Beismeyer fence. After watching Allens videos on the T-square and aluminum extrusion fence and Jerome Pfeifer’s excellent video on building the rail system I knew this was exactly what I had been searching for. Even thought I was just beginning to build a tablesaw workcenter ( ShopNotes Vol.15 Issue 89 ) for my retirement shop I went ahead and ordered a T-Square with the 48 inch aluminum extrusion and 25 extra T-Nuts and Bolts. With Jeff’s help the ordering process was fast and simple. In a few days my fence system arrived packed and packaged in such a way I think you could have thrown it out of an airplane with out damaging it. I’ve made my living for over 40 years as a welder and fabricator and I can tell you this is some of the best manufactured equipment I have ever seen. Even thought I could have followed Allen’s video series on building the T-Square and built my own,at the price they’re selling this system for it would not have been worth it. After finally finishing my workcenter I acquired the tubing and angle iron and built my rail system. The only thing I did that some one without welding experience could not have done was weld metal caps on the end of the 2×3 tubing. The build of the rail system was simple to do following Jerome’s instruction. I did purchase a Grizzly hand tapper ( which I will use for other projects ) that made the tapping of the holes very easy. The only real challenge is getting the holes to attach to the table saw accurately drilled. The hardest part of this entire process was looking at my new fence system sitting in the corner while I completed the saw cabinets. I also bought a bearing rail and a pair of linear bearings to build the tenoning jig later. Allen, Jeff and Sue are always ready to answer any questions and easy to reach. Allen even gave me his cell number. Their customer service is just the best. Time to go to work. Rex Parkison

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  20. Steven Reckner

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I inherited a brand new Delta unisaw from my grandfather. I hated the original fence. I found VerySuperCoolTools on YouTube and I must have watched Allen Askwoodmans video series on building your own beisemeyer style fence about 7 times to convince myself that I could do it. It took me about 5 days total and was surprisingly easy. I bought the square from Allen and found my own extrusion online. After a new huge outfeed table I was officially in love. It is hands down the strongest, most rugged fence system you can make. It locks down so solid I can put all my weight on it and it doesn’t budge. After a few adjustments, it became the straightest tool in my shop, my cuts are approx. .00025 over 100 inches. Which I think for a tablesaw fence is amazing. I have watched just about all of Allen’s YouTube videos and I love his stuff. I feel like an apprentice when I watch and I love when I see that he has posted something new. Buy anything he puts out with confidence and just know when he says he’s positive he cant improve upon the design or strength or quality of one of his projects, products or designs he means it. I’m a lifetime Very Super Cool Tools customer. Thanks for everything Allen.

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  21. Geoff

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I just installed my new fence. The parts are up there with the best machining I’ve seen in any woodworking tool I own (and I own Festool tools!). It makes my old fence look like it was hacked out of steel with a hacksaw. You can tell most parts were cut on a CNC. The instructions were very clear and the installation went great! It’s very easy to do.

    I did have to cut the flapper a little shorter so it cleared my Wixey digital scale (but that was easy with my porta-band – as seen in Allan’s videos! That’s the reason I bought it!). The t-square works great with the Wixey. The cam ears are long enough so the magnet in the Wixey engages without the need for the additional metal bracket which makes it more accurate. The digital scale is so accurate any little movement in the fence causes it to change the measurement. I had that problem on my old fence. I could move the fence to the measurement I wanted, but once I locked it down it’d move slightly. I had to figure the play of the fence in my measurement and then lock the fence down hoping it’d land on the correct one. With the VSCT’s fence I don’t have that problem. As long as I keep the glide bearings on the tubing, and the nylon set screws on the tubing, I can slide the fence to my measurement, lock it down and scale doesn’t change at all!

    I’m looking forward to using it this weekend!

    I did have an issue with the extrusion. It was slightly bent over the last 10-12 inches. It’ll still work great – much better than my old fence. I emailed VSC Tools and Allan replied within 25 minutes. And he’s shipping a new one out with a return label. Excellent customer service! They really care about the product they’re putting out. He even includes his personal cell phone number. No one does that!

    Keep up the great work and products!

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