Oops! Sorry to Bob and others who had trouble with the web page. I had set the software to eliminate the spaces in the filenames, but for some reason it did not do so. Steve, I added a few pictures of the bandsaw rip fence as well -- basically just a scaled down version of the table saw fence. I used 1" square tubing for the fence and the rail, 1" angle iron for the t-square and the back rail, and 1.25" angle for the rail support. I keep thinking about re-doing it, because I really was learning as I went on this one (learning to weld, work metal, and learning how to make it all work). In fact, that was part of why I made the bandsaw rip fence -- in order to work out the problems before tackling the tablesaw rip fence!
Someone (I don't recall who) asked what a fence is -- for woodworking, a fence is generally a straight guide that is used when ripping wood (ie, cutting with the grain).
Here again is the (updated) website: