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Project by Rembo posted 10-23-2011 06:28 PM 2580 views 7 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Parallel corner





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ChunkyC

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#1 posted 10-23-2011 06:37 PM

Interesting… Why raise the board up off of the table?

-- Chunk's Workshop pictures: http://spadfest.rcspads.com/thumbnails.php?album=135

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brian88

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#2 posted 10-23-2011 06:39 PM

I love the design of this project….looks like a end table…love the contemporary look …could you post a blog or something on the fabrication process please…
@ChunkyC…I believe the reason you would want to do this is to avoid the sharp bevel getting caught under the fence and thus resulting in a not perfect cut as well as a bind…

-- "thats all I have to say about that..."

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Jacob Lucas

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#3 posted 10-23-2011 06:46 PM

Rembo, you sir must do alot of work as I see all that sawdust!Keep on cuttin’! Nice piece!

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Rembo

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#4 posted 10-23-2011 07:24 PM

brian88,Absolutely truly.

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Gonecrazy

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#5 posted 10-23-2011 07:37 PM

Simple and neat idea … i always done the panels vertical

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Rembo

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#6 posted 10-23-2011 08:44 PM

JET, has made very convenient an inclination пильного a disk in left, but nevertheless.)
This adaptation will be very useful at an inclination пильного a disk in the right.
Earlier had saw METABO

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Woodbutchery

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#7 posted 10-23-2011 09:19 PM

I like the design of the skids; they’re a great way to get away from the slant of he blade AND helping to insure accuracty (spend more cycles concentrating on the cut, rather than the possibility of being cut). Good job!

-- Making scrap with zen-like precision - Woodbutchery

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Dusty56

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#8 posted 10-23-2011 10:33 PM

Nice idea : )
What is your project in the last picture ?
Thank you

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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#9 posted 10-24-2011 05:00 AM

Interesting way to make a cut. Keeps the edge from sliding under the fence

-- Norman

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steliart

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#10 posted 10-30-2011 10:56 AM

Cool, thx

-- Stelios L.A. Stavrinides: - I am not so rich to buy cheap tools, but... necessity is the mother of inventions - http://www.steliart.com --

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#11 posted 09-15-2013 09:02 PM

Great method for this type of cut

-- Norman

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SawTooth1953

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#12 posted 12-11-2015 06:27 AM

Is there any reason this cut could not or should not be done on a sled?

-- Spence in Skokie, IL

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