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Posted on Need to cut multiple bevels

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#1 posted 08-20-2019 01:56 PM

Hand tools in the right hands are the easy way to go, but a jig and your TS (or a router) will work. The problem is indexing accurately. Conciebably you could build a frame around your workpiece and use the TS to get 4 cuts at top/bottom of the jig then angle and raise the blade again to get 4 more. The workpiece could then be rotated in the jig for the next set of cuts. There are plenty of router jigs to google for that use an indexing pin to realign for each pass, but more that 8 facets gets difficult.


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