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Posted on Changing the angle of already angled piece

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Huds

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#1 posted 08-14-2017 09:42 PM



If you cut your wedges at 14 degrees, you won t need to cut the originals.
Perhaps if you glue your wedge material to the original and then cut the assembly to 30 degrees you ll compensate for any variations in the originals. Should be relatively easy to set up a taper jig for 30 degrees. Fewer cuts means less error compounding.

Just a thought.

- LittleShaver

Ah, more great ideas, thanks. I hadn’t thought about the different angle wedges, or trying to put a pin and a wedge together first and work from those as a unit. Thanks very much!


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