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  • Circles cut on a Table Saw

    I've heard it could be dont but I never thought it could be done untill now. I just came from my shop after playing around with cutting a circle on my TS2424. IT REALLY WORKS. Now all I have to do is come up with a Jig I can mount to the table with out any clamp on top and I should be able to make round tables. Maybe bolts throught the top and use wood or metal and clamo it to the wings. If you've never tryed this give it a try. I think I'll be a HD tomorrow buying some prywood and other parts (I'm not sure what yet) to see what kind of jig I can cime up with. Just thought I'ed share this with all of you.
    Dan<br /> <a href=\"http://community.webshots.com/user/pepaw101\" target=\"_blank\">http://community.webshots.com/user/pepaw101</a>

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    Take a look at R. J. DeChristoforo, "The Table Saw Book," at page 319. He does it by drilling a small hole in the workpiece center, which then pivots around a nail in what amounts to a squaring board.

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      I made my jig for cutting circles if works great if any wants to know how it was done email me at danomal@cox.net I'll be glad to let you know. The jig will cut circles as big as 60".
      Dan<br /> <a href=\"http://community.webshots.com/user/pepaw101\" target=\"_blank\">http://community.webshots.com/user/pepaw101</a>

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