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A pair of vertical handles distinguishes the Delta 34-183 (as well as the Shop Fox and the Woodcraft) from the others in this review. When an angled cut is called for, each of these jigs has a main fence that can tilt the workpiece to the left up to about 18°. Also, using the secondary fence, the workpiece can be tilted forward up to 45°, and an adjustable stop makes it easy to return automatically to the 90° position. You need an Allen wrench to adjust the position of the clamp on these jigs. A knob would have made the process easier.
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