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Old 09-06-2010, 09:55 PM   #1
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Default Angled Cuts-Level Table on a DW788. It works!

Here is a little project I am working on. I am going to make some final revisions but though you guys might like to see how it works.
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G'day Tim,
That's a great work-a-round.
It'd sure make cutting those bevels easier.
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That there is cool
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Thanks John and Simplyme. It will make cutting bevels a lot easier and I would imagine it can be adapted to other saws.
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That is so awesome hurry to the patent office...
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Looks like you have invented a poormans Excaliber

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Hi Tim - you really came up with goods pal. A great idea!

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Nice work there Tim! Are you offering plans?
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So, now let's see a bowl!
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Have to agree with Mike. Get some protection on that one. Even selling the plans would be worth gold. I think I would even take the pics down that' a good one
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