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Miter saw multi-cut jig

comments (1) June 20th, 2011 in Project Gallery
tsmtnman tsmtnman, member


Here is a quick jig that I used on my dads miter saw. I needed to cut some one by twos to 24 inches. Since the saw was just on saw horses and I wanted to make sure all the parts were equal. My dad had a bucket full of hardware store yardsticks and some carpet tape. I put carpet tape on one end of the yardstick and on a piece of scrap that I used for a stop taped at the other end. Once mounted so the end was at the edge of cut off slot, I cut all my parts and they all came out the same length. No more mark and cut and hope they are the same length.


Design or Plan used: My own design
posted in: Project Gallery, miter saws, jigs, diy

Comments (1)

SplitsNWarps SplitsNWarps writes: That's a goody. Since you've got all those yardsticks, I might do the same thing on the other side of the fence (without the stop block) in order to make both sides of the fence flush.
Posted: 1:02 pm on October 8th

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