Micro Fence's origins from a fifty year cabinet and furniture-making career.
A brief introduction to the Micro Fence System by it's inventor, Rich Wedler.
Cutting dadoes by measurement with the Edge Guide.
The measuring procedure for installing inlays with the Edge Guide is detailed.
An overview of the Edge Guide filmed when Rich and Micro Fence were young.
The Circle JIg observed and explained.
Compressed air powers our vacuum hold-down for the Circle Jig.
Our Circle Jig is accessorized to cut ellipses.
A variation of our Circle Jig slides along various straight-edge clamps or guides to add fine adjustment
Shows a variety of accessories developed for different tasks the Micro Fence System addresses.
An accessory to our Edge Guide that allows small circle cutting (from 1/2" to 12").
An opposing 'dummy' fence entraps the work-piece for "fail-safe" mortising control.
Our Vacuum Center Assembly is used to hold down our Standard Ellipse axes plate.
Developed for mortising operations with our Edge Guide, these clamps can be used for a variety of jobs.
A look of some of the various router bits carried on our site and descriptions of what they are used for.
A tour of the Plunge Base we developed for laminate trimmers with specs and operations described.
Our smallest plunge base, dedicated to high-speed rotary tools, is ideal for fine detailing, hardware...
Proprietary circuit-board lighting brings maximum clarity to routing operations with the Micro Fence Plunge...
A few parting words about Micro Fence's commitment to quality.
A brief overview of the Micro Fence System for the handheld router.
This is a 'how to' video on creating speaker cut-outs. It shows a step-by-step process to completing the...
In this video, George Vondriska, of Woodworkers Guild of America, shows us how to create perfect dados and...