I'm planning on making a jewelry box for SWMBO. The one I want to do has
coved sides that the plans show being done on a table saw. I've done this
before on a table saw but I was wondering if anyone has used a SCMS to cut
coves? I'm in the military overseas and don't have a table saw. I do have
a Makita LS1013 SCSM and it hit me that I may be able to cut the coves on
it. Any thoughts???
I know you can set the depth of cut on that saw. But, how do you plan on
keeping the cutting head down on the stop, and pull the trigger, and feed
the stock. Plus you will have the saw swung over 60 degrees as you don't
want to plow a cove at 90 leaving little room on one side for in/out feed.
Sounds like a pretty dangerous adventure.
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