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See it in Motion: Tablesaw Leg Tapering Jig

comments (2) September 21st, 2012 in blogs, videos

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Video Length: 0:53
Produced by: Lisa Morgan


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Modified Circle-Cutting Jig for Curved Parts

In Fine Woodworking #229, furniture maker Steve Latta explains how to construct a safer, more effective leg tapering jig for the tablesaw. While most tablesaw sleds and jigs rely on the miter gauge slots to guide them, Latta's rides along a rail which is clamped to the saw's rip fence. In this way, the user is able to back the sled out of the cut after each pass, without the sled falling off the end of the saw table while rotating the leg. Latta's sled uses a fully adjustable fence to locate the leg in relation to the blade's path of travel, and a simple toggle clamp holds the workpiece firmly into place. You can see the jig in action in the video above, and learn how to build and use it in his article, Perfect Tapers on the Tablesaw.



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Comments (2)

toolchest toolchest writes: For those of you who have not tried this jig it is SIMPLE and SAFE. A biginner can use this.
Posted: 8:04 am on November 21st

Linc Linc writes: Why is it that I cannot see the video on chamfering proud? Each time I click on it the leg tapering video comes up.
Posted: 12:14 pm on October 23rd

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