I am planning a project that is going to need some odd-shaped pieces (not square or rectangular) and so, a tapering jig needs to be made.
My plan is to use a piece of laminate flooring leftover from when we re-did our kitchen as the base. It’s roughly equivalent to 1/2” MDF so should do okay. I plan on cutting 5/8” wide grooves in the top at 6” and 14” from either end, then gluing a piece of 1/4” plywood over the top and then cutting 1/4” slots for t-bolts.
I am sill trying to locate a suitable piece of hardwood for the edge that would go against the table saw fence.
Opinions on the pros and cons of having a runner to go into the miter slot would be appreciated.
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