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  1. #1
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    Default Turning box joints on their heads.

    Not sure how many of you have seen this but what a fantastic idea/concept. Of course it has been picked up by Rockler.

    enjoy.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S074ke-EJ6U



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    Just watched the video, very clever indeed. It's unreal the workshops some of these blokes on youtube have. Leaves my little "half a double garage" for dead. My boxmaking has come to a standstill at present. My beloved De Walt saw table has died, worse than a death in the family. It's currently up in the saw table hospital awaiting a diagnosis and then hopefully an operation in the next few days.

    Paul

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    Been around for a while that blade but still haven't heard of anyone actually buying or using one.
    Hope your saw recovers quickly Paul and you get a good Medicare rebate.
    Cheers,
    Dallas

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    Ha ha Dallas, good one. I pay top hospital coverage so I should be covered. I've got another little project to keep me busy at present. Just about to put a thread onto the "Finishing" section of this site.

    Paul

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    Interestingly I saw that the high-end Felder saws can do this with a regular blade - they tilt it to 45 and raise it just enough to do the correct cut. The big expensive computerised saws of course - forget doing it on a hobbyist saw unless you're good with a dial indicator!

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