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I made mine with the V going the opposite direction and made the fences about 4' long with a stop on it so you could make multiple cuts. Making the V the opposite direction you can have a fence in front to cut the parts off at 90 degrees.

If you had elongated the slots for the lock down knobs on the fences you could set yours's up at different angles. On mine, the fences were permanently glued and nailed down.
 

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This will be fine for my needs. I’m going to redo my poster frames again. I normally just use the miter saw. I will figure the spline jig in now and move to the next stage.
 
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