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Homemade 45° Jaw Set for a Horizontal/Vertical Bandsaw

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Homemade jaw set intended to facilitate the consistent production of 45° cuts. Two designs: small soft jaw and large angle. Steps are milled on the soft jaw to accept and position the stock. Large angle is tack welded to a support plate. Jaws are then secured in a modified bandsaw vise.
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Mar 13, 2014 5:38 PM
Great jig.  Very helpful!
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DIY 45° Jaw Set for a Horizontal/Vertical Bandsaw - comment on how to build a 45° Jaw Set for a Horizontal/Vertical Bandsaw - 1 comments
daveward says:
Mar 13, 2014 5:38 PM
Great jig.  Very helpful!

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