mybeach

just another table saw jig for crosscutting a 45 orientation

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Maybe you've done this, maybe not. It's a simple jig for cutting stuff on a 45 degree angle. 

 

I already made the dado's in the legs for the project, and I wanted to add another crossmember to support the deck.
 

The upper and lower crossmembers across the front of the piece were an afterthought. 

 

Grabbed a piece of small 1/4 plywood, and some 45 degree blocks that I had cut from part of the project.

 

drilled and countersunk some screws, squared it all up, worked like a charm.

 

it allowed me to position the 4x4 on edge and safely and accurately plow a dado on the 45 I needed.


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