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  Woodworkers will probably not like this
  Posted by: clarion on Apr-04-13 10:42 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Apr-04-13 11:01 AM EST --

Instead of a jig.

To make those really shallow angle cuts for splicing gunnel stock together ... here's what I'm thinking:

Lower the table saw blade below the table. Clamp the stock onto the table at the desired angle. Mark that angle well on the table. Turn the saw on and slowly raise the blade up through the gunnel stock. Repeat on subesquent pieces lining up the angle using the mark on the table.


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