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#1 posted 07-20-2017 01:18 AM

Get a spokehshave, chisels, rasps and
files and make the parts.

Don’t forget to charge good money
for your time taking over somebody
else’s problem.

You can rough cut bevels to within 3/16”
or so, maybe closer using a good quality
jig saw and perhaps a long blade.
Bosch is good. I have a Festool which
is good too. Jig saw blades are known
to deflect in the cut but how much depends
on the blade and the wood being cut.

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