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#1 posted 07-28-2017 06:05 PM

I have this jig or one similar.

First, I attached a 3/4” plywood face plate. There are holes for that. This allows you to cut all the way to zero without risking cutting the casting. So, you can cut on both sides and don’t need to flip around to cut the opposite side.

I also attached a digital readout (DRO) to get much more precise positioning.

I’ve got a thread about that somewhere.


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