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#1 posted 01-18-2013 12:32 PM

Hi David, it could be a solution to put in a temporary, snug fitting, wedge of some scrap wood (pine etc.) that way, the walls would be supported as you chop from the other direction. And using for example pine as the scrap wood, it would be a breeze to chop through.
I have made this gauge once and I love it.

-- David, Copenhagen, Denmark


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