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Offline Slartibartfass

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Squaring MFT/3 (the 999th time)
« on: May 28, 2014, 05:30 PM »
I tried to make it as easy and simple with as little setup tools as necessary. Only 4 dogs required....

I realized when using the fence clamps that a slight mod would take care of the slight gap to the dogs without the need of a piece of wood as shown by others. Fence clamp top can now move back and forth.

I used a 1/4 drill for the top and 3/8 drill from the bottom to connect the 2 individual holes on the fence clamp milling the plastic away on my drill press.


Top of fence clamp before and after milling:


Bottom of fence clamp before and after milling:


Fence squared:


Rail squared (i just moved it back and away from the stops towards the dogs:


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Offline stphnlwlsh

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Re: Squaring MFT/3 (the 999th time)
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2014, 11:58 AM »
That looks like a good setup!