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Alf

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Neil,

You're probably not gonna like this; but a block of wood and a clamp. Or if you want to get fancy, a block of wood with a hinged section and a clamp. You clamp the top to the fence and the hinged section can swing up out of the way when required, just like a flip stop in effect. Cost is very minimal indeed. :D If you want to get really fancy, you could tap the block for a bolt to act as a fine adjuster, but that'd be getting a bit swanky... :wink:

Cheers, Alf
 

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sawdustalley":12v5t1qc said:
:shock: I hope you'd already thought of that neil
Newbie_Neil":12v5t1qc said:
Errrrrmm....... let me see how can I put this........... no. :oops: :oops:
Oh deary, deary me... Still, 10/10 for not being too embarrassed to admit it. :lol: S'funny though, 'cos I did assume you were being sarcastic when you replied, and not without reason too! :D

BTW, a modest improvement would be to use a fret clamp or similar; the low profile means it won't foul on the motor housing of the mitre saw or get in the way in general.

Cheers, Alf
 

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Hi Alf

Who Moi? Embarrassed, me? No, not ever.

Cheers
Neil

PS By the way, thank you for the tip.

PPS This thread will self-destruct in five seconds and that will save my embarrassment. :wink: :wink:
 
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