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In the middle of digging the router table out of it's hide-out....something came out as well...

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Just three pieces of scrap, glued and screwed together.....into a rip/crosscut jig.....or fence.   Long ago, I made this little jig, to replace the cheapo fence on a DeWalt Job Site saw...You can barely see a cleat under the near end...it was sized to ride on the fence's rail.   Couple of c clamps to attach to the rail.     Have since used this as a saw guide for crosscuts with the circular saw.     Also can guide a router  for doing dados.    Might just set it up as a rip fence for the bandsaw..

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Something like this?    Figures, now that all the rip cuts are done,  this jig shows up....

 

May do a story about how this was made.....as the story in the old WOOD forum is long gone...

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That's the way it's supposed to work...finding it after the need is over. At least that's what I've always assumed, since that's what always happens.

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I hate when that happens...

Paint it orange or yellow so it'll be easier to hide next time:rolleyes::ph34r::P

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