Bored - Saw Rack v1

glenn bradley

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I had been fooling around with a saw rack idea. Nothing original.
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Used the freebie saw and can still count to 10.
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Needed a 30 degree and a 60 degree cut.
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Took a while but I found my raised panel carrier.
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Did the trick. I cobbled a small support for the small cutoffs. Came out pretty good.
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So I batched them out.
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A little work with the router sled for the repetitious dados and I'm off!
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cont'd . . .
 
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glenn bradley

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For those that haven't seen this; I use DAP and PVA together on small or awkward assembly tasks. The DAP acts as a clamp to hold the small parts, trim, etc. till the PVA sets.
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I boogered one of the dados but, this is version 1 and may not even work :unsure:.
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I glued on one of the front covers to test it out. I clamped it to the carrier as ballast. This would normally mount to the wall, wall mounted tool cabinet wing or a cleat.
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I guess it depends on if it works. You can pick up a bag of 1" 'super balls' almost anywhere.
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My tapered DT saw volunteered.
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You slip the blade into the slot with a bit of an upwrd motion to raise the ball. When you lower the saw the ball wedges in and grabs the blade.
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Holds on well enough for me to be comfortable about it. It is designed / scaled for Dozuki, DT and flush trim saws.
 
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