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Old 10-16-2007, 10:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I know I have seen this but can't find it. I have had trouble cutting straight cuts with my band saw and today I saw an old post that it may be due to my blade being dull. I ran out got an new blade and IT IS A MIRACLE!!!
I am so anxious to try so many segmenting ideas but I need a simple band saw jig to save time and fingers. I would like one I can build from plywood scraps. Anybody know of such an animal hopefully with pixs.

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Did you see the one used for the thin kerf knot?

It is a nice looking rig. Take the angle block off and you have a straight cutting jig.

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Try this:
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Did you see the one used for the thin kerf knot?

It is a nice looking rig. Take the angle block off and you have a straight cutting jig.

tim
The jig started off as a straight cutting jig. The interchangable angle blocks were a later addition for knots.
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I am looking for a jig that would allow me to make a straight cut down the length of the pen. It would have vertical adjustable blocks so I could adjust the width of the cut.
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Old 10-17-2007, 11:15 AM   #7 (permalink)
 
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That works. This is why I LOVE this site and the forums. I have yet to have one question not answered. Thanks Gary :D
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