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Jig adds a new angle to panel cutting sled

When building a corner TV cabinet, the odd shape of the shelves left me scratching my head trying to figure all the angles, using my miter gauge to make the cuts. But by clamping a taper guide to the front edge of the crosscut sled and adjusting it to the angle of the needed cut, I not only achieved perfect angles, but was also able to transfer the angle from the taper guide directly to a mitersaw for cutting the project’s trim.
—Bill Roccia, Toledo, Ohio

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