I have built a 16' long bench and plan to mount my DeWalt 718 chop saw on it. I plan to build a fence the entire length and use the Kreg fence system.
I work towards obtaining accucaries of 64ths of an inch. Think of the INCRA projects. But, I need to be able to remove the chop saw and take it to a job site. When I replace it on the workbench I want to know that the ruler on the fence will still be accurate to within the 64th.
I am looking for advice on how to be able to remove and re-install the chop saw while maintaining at least 1/64th of an inch accucary and not having to recalabrate the fence.
If this was steel I would specify matching holes and then drive a hardened steel pin into one pices (the workbench) and have the mating hole a thousand of an inch larger on the saw. But, driving this type of pin into wood would quickly bend the wood.
What would you suggest?
Thanks in Advance,