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Hersh

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#1 posted 1214 days ago

Kiefer,
Does this work like I thik it does? I’m assummeing the screws down to the bed of the mitere saw. When you change angle degrees tne bed with this 0 clearance attached also rotates. Do I have it right? Great job. Look forward to seeing more.

-- Hersh from Port Angeles, WA - Gotta Complete That Project!

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rance

4128 posts in 1785 days


#2 posted 1214 days ago

So many of use build ZCIP’s for our TS’s but not for the CMS’s. We should have these too. Nice job.

-- Backer boards, stop blocks, build oversized, and never buy a hand plane--

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kiefer

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#3 posted 1213 days ago

yes Hersh that is how i work this , also a no slip surface spray on the insert to keep stuff from moving when cutting
yes Rance i think it will be of help and if the rest works out it will be realy good
we will see

kiefer

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DIYaholic

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#4 posted 1213 days ago

Just out of curiosity, what make, model of saw? Inquiring minds want to know.

-- Randy-- I may not be good...but I am slow! If good things come to those who wait.... Why is procratination a bad thing?

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Hopdevil

181 posts in 1710 days


#5 posted 1213 days ago

Kiefer… You just got this old noodle thinking…. What non-slip surface spray do you use, and why not use it on a table saw sled and other jigs? Does saw dust ‘grab’ onto it as well?

-- Buzz ---- Message sent from the End of the Internet.

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kiefer

3026 posts in 1291 days


#6 posted 1213 days ago

RANDY
i have a old makita LS1013 which has a big turn table

Buzz
a friend is getting the spray for me i dont know the brand jet or how it is applied
he says its like fine sand paper which i have used on other jigs
saw dust is not a problem just blow it off or use a brush

-- Kiefer 松

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rance

4128 posts in 1785 days


#7 posted 1210 days ago

I think you could also use a simple jar of Rubber Cement too. You can get the School-size jars with a brush in the jar, also easilly removed by just rubbing it off. Or go to the 3M spray rattle can. I wouldn’t want the overspray getting everywhere though. As mentioned, sandpaper(320 grit maybe) can also be used.

-- Backer boards, stop blocks, build oversized, and never buy a hand plane--

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kiefer

3026 posts in 1291 days


#8 posted 1210 days ago

hey guys
got the spray today
it turns out to be KRYLON OUTDOOR SPACES TEXTURED FINISH
i applied some on a test board and it seems to do the job
i may give it a second coat tomorrow
thanks for your info rance
will keep you guys posted

kiefer

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