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Posted on Squaring Crosscut Sled & Making Hold Downs?

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#1 posted 01-25-2013 05:17 PM

Lots of great advice here. Sounds like you could use an engineers square, or at the very least, a decent combination square. These things are a must have tools to get anything done with precision, including tool and cut setups. I also recently picked up a digital angle gauge thingy that I use on my table saw and mitre saw blades for dead accurate mitres. There’s a Wixey brand that gets recommended a lot but I picked up an iGauge at Rockler on sale and it works just fine and uses regular batteries instead of watch batteries.

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