|Project by Bricofleur||posted 11-18-2012 06:29 PM||2124 views||14 times favorited||13 comments|
We often see tapering jigs to taper lumber at the table saw, but rarely to taper panels. Here’s one.
A long runner, a 1/2” panel board, a coupling nut (or dowel), two support arms, few carriage bolts, knobs and fender washers, spay adhesive and fine grit sanding paper are required, what I’m sure anyone has in the shop.
As shown, the arms are set and adjusted according to the cuts and the dimensions of the panels to be tapered. On the lower right corner, the pin (coupling nut or dowel) is crucial!
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