|Forum topic by Mikeyf56||posted 03-05-2010 02:54 AM||971 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
03-05-2010 02:54 AM
I need some help, as usual. For the base of my fern stand, I need to cut triangular pieces that when put together are a square. I have tried twice now, but have only spoiled some nice oak.
The miter fence on my Ridgid TS2400 table saw is ok, but there is nothing (other than my hands) to help me hold the work piece steady against the miter gauge so I get a nice clean and straight line while cutting. And, holding by hand just isn’t working very well, not to mention unsafe.
Am I stuck with having to buy a fancy miter gauge with fence and hold down to get a solution? Or is there a jig I can build?
Thanks in advance,
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