Mitre Stop Available Anywhere .

Having five doors to cut and mitre mouldings for in various lengths-16 pieces per door - I wondered if anyone manufactured an adjustable stop device to avoid the need to make up lengths of timber with stop pieces on . The mitre saw has holes in the fence to fix the wood to but a more useful device would be like two pieces of flat metal with one piece sliding against the other ( fixed) piece with a means of tightening them together where required . Stuart
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On Wed, 24 Dec 2003 19:25:19 +0000, Stuart

What sort of mitre saw are you using ?
I have a manual Nobex for which I purchased a length stop to allow me to repeatedly cut to the same length.
I also have a pull over mitre saw with a length stop on the back fence.(Bought from Axminster) As this saw is relatively immobile I find it easy to set up stops on adjacent worktop if going really long.. Sometimes all that is needed is a heavy weight.
Paul Mc Cann
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wrote:

Thi is the one I have -a Proform 10" from Axminster . http://www.axminster.co.uk/default.asp?part MS10
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