Panel-cutting Jig For a One-woodworker Shop
I built this jig to cut panels too awkward for the table saw in a one-man shop. It works better than a radial arm saw with its limited travel. Also, it’s safer to cut towards the fence rather than away from it. When not needed, I flip the table over and use it as an extra work surface. - Lewis Rickabus; Newport, Oregon
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