|Project by Dewshan||posted 06-17-2012 01:20 AM||3613 views||5 times favorited||7 comments|
thought I would share a miter table I made today. Used an incra miter gauge that locks on your selected degree. I mounted this to 1/2” birch ply by using a longer screw on the end of the sliding bar and drilled and tapped another screw closer to the fence. I first had planned to get longer screws and simply mount the gauge to the top of the wood but the incra screws use a shoulder and those screws would probably be hard to find. Instead I cut out the area where the gauge rotates and drilled holes through tabs on the fence that are held with removable dowels – this should take most of the flex out of the fence when cutting. I hope to make the first cut on it tomorrow. I made this to help make segmented wood turnings. I have not decided on the best way to hold the stop to the fence. could get the router bit that cuts a t slot and use a threaded knob. squeeze clamp is backing it up for now. Anyone have any ideas on that?