I am building some rocking horses for a couple of the neighbors kids. One of the parts is a wedge that is used to attach the legs to the body at a 12 degree angle. The wedges are 5 inches long, 3 inches wide and vary in thickness from 3/4 at the thick end to 1/8 inch at the thin end. My shop is pretty well supplied with all the basic woodworking tools. Unfortunately my band saw is too small to cut the piece. I would appreciate any suggestions for cutting these parts since I will need to make quite a few of them. And no, these rocking horses are not centipedes. I just have to make a lot of rocking horses.