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Because I already cut the mortises for my daughters mission arm chair I had to find a way to slope the back with out cutting the backs below the seat. I saw this jig in Woodsmith Mag Vol 33 No. 195 page 32. This jig was designed for a post bed but I thought it would work well with my back legs for my chair. THis jig is designed to be used on a table saw.
 

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Because I already cut the mortises for my daughters mission arm chair I had to find a way to slope the back with out cutting the backs below the seat. I saw this jig in Woodsmith Mag Vol 33 No. 195 page 32. This jig was designed for a post bed but I thought it would work well with my back legs for my chair. THis jig is designed to be used on a table saw.
The way you have that jig set up looks like it's set up for use on the table saw with the fence to the left of the bade.







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rotate the jig 180 degrees

Unless I'm full of sawdust that oughta do it....Hard to tell from that pix tho :huh: bill
 

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Unless I'm full of sawdust that oughta do it....Hard to tell from that pix tho :huh: bill
When I make those push jigs, that little stop at the bottom edge in the picture is the pusher for the piece. At least that's how I see it. If it's flipped 180, that would be fed in first, and the subject piece could get dislodged.






 
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