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    Do You Use A Cut off disc/Grinder? Check this out.

    Here is a Harbor Freight grinder safety guard or mini circular saw jig. item #45921.
    also see this you tube video . enjoy ...:O)


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    Neat and safe. Reminds me of a circular saw cutting guide. Thanks for sharing the video Cap'n.

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    For 7 bucks, it's not too shabby. I'm sure though that the guys here can do so much better. Thanks for the post, Captain.

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    For flat sections of steel I just clamp some angle iron to the piece I am cutting. Then drag the grinder across the angle. Cuts straight the first time but takes a steady hand... This looks simple enough to build, this might go on the to do list.

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    Captain thank you for sharing, very good device for security.

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