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Nice job. Here are a couple of the ones I have made for friends.
When using the fence to set distance for a crosscut, then moving the fence, you can't be sure repeat cuts will be exactly the same. If you make a 1" spacer block to attach to your fence, you can leave it on when you make cuts. Just be sure it's before the blade.
Mine is shown on the fence, with a featherboard, and sacrificial fence. Not used at same time!
Making it exactly 1" lets you use the fence scale and cursor to set distance. Just subtract 1".
I used a thickness planer with a sled to taper the peel.
I like the corner template. I just use can lids, or something else round of the right radius.
Again, nice job.
 

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Wow, these look awesome pirate. I really like the look of the one on the right.

Great tip on attaching a block on the fence. I've always just slid the fence over. I like the little jig you have attached to yours. Did you just make your own fence?
 

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It's a Jet Exacta fence, with a Biesemeyer curser (easier to see)
I put a t track on top, and it has been great to attach stuff.
 
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