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Anyone know where to find info on the making of a Donkey’s ear for use with a shooting board. Searches on you tube and google were not productive.

Needed for shooting wider miters.

Thanks in advance.

 

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will any of this help..

 

Shooting Board 3.pdf

Shooting Board 2.pdf

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Just tuned this one up, today..

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made from two Oak cleats, and a 2 x 6.....

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I use a clamp to hold things still..

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So I have have both hands on this plane..

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Seems to work....

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Thanks steve. I was looking for a way to true up 6"-8" wide miters on box sides/ends. 

I've seen guys do it without a jig but, I ain't even gonna try. 

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