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#1 posted 02-13-2017 06:53 AM

You could set up a couple of “fences,” once on each side of the throat, then push the new plates in on a piece of Masonite or whatever. Just use an L-square to set up the fences (e.g., boards).

.how do you cut the groove on a circular piece with that sort of precision?

- unclearthur

I made several at one time on the lathe.

- woodbutcherbynight



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