That a good tip Jerry. I made one for my old C-man with an Align-a-Rip fence. I would place it as in the pics for exit stability. It could be slid backward in the t-slots to allow a better register point going in on large sheets. I could slide it back further still to allow a relief at a point about midway through the blade as you describe.
I have not built one for my new saw and fence yet but have considered it a time or two. Like a lot of things, the need will come along and I'll stop at that point to make one. It was a very helpful fixture.
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Sorry about the pic quality, had to snag them from an old location.
Last edited by glenn bradley; 03-11-2008 at 03:38 PM.
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