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Posted on Making a shallow cove on table saw

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#1 posted 07-16-2018 04:59 PM

As Nathan indicates, a true circular cove on the TS requires a 90 deg to blade feed. While this is ok, you are limited in radiuses to common blade diameters (10”, 8”, 7-1/4”, 6”, etc.). Once you reach the limit where a small blade will not peek much above the TS table, you can turn to router “core box” bits or drill bits followed by slicing the drilled blank in two.


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