Bolster your band saw's accuracy with this Precision Band Saw Fence from Kreg (model KMS7200). This fence is adjustable in two dimensions, and sets parallel to the blade with ease. A precision lens cursor reads off the included scale and enhances cutting accuracy and repeatability for high production work.
Most band saw blades don't run perfectly perpendicular to the front of your table. There's always just a little bit of "drift" that prevents you from getting precise cuts even with a fence. But Kreg's Precision Band Saw Fence easily adjusts to your blade's drift angle to provide you with a whole new level of band saw accuracy. This fence mounts to most 14-inch band saws right out of the box (including Jet, Delta, General, Grizzly, and many others) and can be modified to fit many others by drilling a single hole in the aluminum mounting rail.
This band saw fence enables you to accomplish a wide variety of cuts. It adjusts both for blade drift and for perpendicularity to the blade (essential when cutting thin veneers). In addition, the fence can be removed and reassembled in a low-profile position to allow the blade guard to be moved closer to the work piece. Last but not least, the fence can accept resaw guides or our stops for use in additional applications.
The aluminum fence is incredibly strong, straight and built to last for years to come. The face and top side of the fence contain t-slots for adding stops, resaw guides and more.
When you don't need the fence, remove it in seconds - no tools required! Just loosen the locking knob and lift the fence from the mounting rail, below your table's surface.
Magnified and easy-to-read for even the smallest adjustments, the thin red line on the Precision Lens Cursor lets you accurately set up the fence for cutting veneer, tenons, and more.
This fence is unique in that it adjusts to set up perfectly square to your table and blade. Two simple adjustments allow you to set the fence to match blade drift, greatly enhancing cutting accuracy.
In 1986 Craig Sommerfeld was in the process of building his house and needed to find a way to attach his doweled face frames to his kitchen cabinet carcase members. A tool and die maker by trade, but a woodworker out of necessity, Craig had a problem. Not wanting to nail them on and then fill with putty, he designed and built "Craig's Jig" which was a single-hole pocket hole jig crafted from steel and aluminum that allowed him to attach the face frames from the inside of the cabinet where the joint could be hidden from view.
In the intervening years, Kreg Tool Company has emerged as the leader in Pocket Hole Technology. From the manual Kreg Jig to the fully-automatic Pro Series machines, Kreg offers a simple solution that has changed the way thousands of woodworkers join wood.