I'd make a "sliding table" mitre fence for my table saw with some 1/2
plywood. Lay out the 67.5 degree angle on the plywood screw a cleat onto the
on one end tight enough to hold the angle and make a couple of fine tuning
test cuts then screw it down tight. Depending on the length this could also
have a stop block applied and get your length cut at the same time. Nothing
fancy but effective for the cost of some scrap wood.
================================I have owned one of these Veritas poly gauges for a few years and for most
work they actually are pretty good...at least you get darn close on the
But like another poster responded I find myself cutting
a lot of 45 degree cuts and an ocassional 22.5 miter so I took the time
years ago to make a sled for cutting them..
took a little time to tweak the sleds......and you bet I have a few 90
degree sleds also...
I'm now using an EB-3 miter gauge and have never had as much good luck as
I'm having now. However, I have to admit that I haven't put anything
together with more than 4 sides yet. Even so, no gaps so far.
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