I am trying to decide between two fences. I currently own both but need to sell one. Benefits wise, I like the Vega because I feel I get the same results with a lighter weight package and with a few extra features. Vega and all others are clones of the Biesemeyer fence. I was at Lowes to get a replacement fence for my old Craftsman TS, and saw the Delta T2 fence. Or is the Biesemeyer worth the additional 150? I’ve owned a Biese Homeshop, Biese Commercial fence, and a Vega. And while I wouldn’t necessarily trade my Biese for a Vega, I could easily accept one in my shop.
The Vega Pro is good also, cheaper. The Biesemeyer fence is welded to the t-square head..even using thicker aluminum doesn’t add the strength of the welded steel, so they need to use a more elaborate mounting system, which again costs more to make it comparable to a steel Biese style fence (which they don’t achieve at this price point). Even using thicker aluminum doesn’t add the strength of the welded steel, so they need to use a more elaborate mounting system, which again costs more to make it comparable to a steel Biese style fence (which they don’t achieve at this price point). Similar things were true of the Biesemeyer commercial vs. home shop versions. The big difference is that unlike Biesemeyer, the Vega fence is completely supported by its two rails and requires no tableboard. My Vega fence has been in commercial service for 20 years, round bar is not an issue. Are you talking about a true Biesemeyer with the laminated faces over birch ply or one of the Biese clones like a Shop Fox Classic, HTC, Jet Xacta II, etc.
The saw is fairly complete but did not come with a fence. I’ve owned a General T-fence Biese copy, Biesemeyer Commercial, a Vega, Shop Fox Classic, and now have a Jet Exacta fence that’s also pretty similar to the Biese. Any opinions on a Vega fence vs Accusquare for an old sears TS? It does, however, take a little more care in setup than a front-locking T-square type fence such as the Biesemeyer. Biesemeyer Table Saw Fence Systems (0). Table saw fence: Vega versus Biesemeyer – Sawmill Creek.
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Table Saw Fence Buying Guide: Biesemeyer vs. Unifence vs. Vega vs. A good fence can turn a poor-performing bench top table saw into a champ. In this post I first identify what to look for in a table saw fence. I’m trying to decide which path to go down to upgrade the fence on my old 60’s era PM 66. I looked at Incra and Biesemeyer but ultimately went with Vega (the third option you might not have considered). The original ‘Accu-Rip’ fence is pretty much at the point where I use a steel rule marked in 64ths and measure from a reference point to get the fence parallel front and rear. Table Saw Fence Buying Guide: Biesemeyer vs. Unifence vs. Vega vs. Vega Pro 50 Table Saw fence install, check it out here! 50 inches to the right of the saw blade.
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I have a Vega fence fit to my Delta Contractor saw. You should do well with most any Biesemeyer-style T-square style fence and rails. I am wondering why my Biesemeyer fence wont stay adjusted? Settled on a Vega Fence made my a small company in Ill. There were typical install headaches but nothing major and the folks at Vega were really helpful (fortunately since their directions left a lot to be desired).