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ZERO CLEARENCE MITRE SAW FENCE

comments (1) April 30th, 2011 in Jigs

skex skex, member
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A MITRE SAW FENCE SYSTEM WHICH I INVENTED ,DESIGN AND BUILD TO PREVENT OFFCUTS FLYING OFF THE BACK OF THE SAW AND TO PROVIDE BETTER SUPPORT TO THE WORK PIECE DURING THE CUT

THE FENCE SYSTEM IS OPERATED BY A CAM CUT INTO ON EACH SIDE OF THE TURNTABLE OVERLAY

WHICH ACT ON THE FENCE HALFS VIA A BALL BEARING ATTACHED TO THE BOTTOM OF EACH 1/2 FENCE

THIS GVES EXACT MOVEMENT TO EACH 1/2 FENCE FOLLOWING THE SAW BLADE IN ALL POSITIONS

THE 1/2 FENCES ARE MOUNTED ON FULL EXTENSION DRAWER SLIDES AND CONNECT TO THE ORIGINAL FENCE BY HEAVEY PINS.

I REMOVE THE NEW FENCE WHEN DOING BEVEL CUTS WHICH ONLY TAKES A FEW SECONDS

THE FENCE FACES AND TURNTABLE OVERLAY ARE SPAYED WITH A NON SLIP COATING TO HELP PREVENT MOVEMENT OF THE WORK PIECE DURING CUTTING.

SAFTY IS MY MAIN CONCERN HAVING LOST A EYE IN A SAW ACCIDENT

K.E.MATTHIES

SKEX1@HOTMAIL.COM



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Comments (1)

Longboatman Longboatman writes: Good work...always hate cutting small pieces. It looks a bit complicated to build. You must be an engineer.
Posted: 5:53 am on December 4th

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