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The Excalibur, made by General International, is a very solid fence with some unique advantages. It is among the easiest to attach and adjust, comes in three sizes, and will fit any saw on the market. Also, its ball-bearing rollers give it the slickest sliding action. But its guide mechanism has too much slack, and the fence pivots up to 1/8 in. as you lock it in place, making it hard at times to align the blade with a mark on a workpiece or measuring tape.
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