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post #61 of 63 Old 03-12-2012, 04:40 PM
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The fence you see in the rear is last to pass the blade... So the top of the leg rest against it.

In hind sight the fence really should be part of the swing arm so the the top of the leg rest flat regardless of the angle.

The melamine slides nicely on the TS. n burn - live n learn...
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Originally Posted by firemedic View Post

In hind sight the fence really should be part of the swing arm so the the top of the leg rest flat regardless of the angle.
-I see that. I shall learn from your oversight. It might be nice to have a tapering jig where the stock can be in contact with the table, were that to be necessary. One never knows.

Thanks much for opening up that option, Tom, and thanks Pirate for bringing it to light.

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Jeez, I'm surprised nobody mentioned using a board stretcher to get more out of your wood. Those puppies are damn expensive but worth every penny
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