to the table, and the fence glides nicely along the rails. There is no scale for using the fence to the left of the blade.
Rather than a T-washer, the entire bar is T-shaped to match the miter if needed. It has stops only for 90° and 45° left and right. Although there’s a storage slot on the cabinet for the miter gauge, the front fence rail impedes access to it.
The blade guard and antikickback pawls mount