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Cutting coves on the tablesaw Add Video

Mark Barr explains how to cut a cove using the tablesaw and a very simple jig.

Posted by Ken Thayer on May 22, 2010 at 5:13 PM 2578 Views

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Reply Nick
1:40 PM on May 27, 2010 
Thanks Ken. Takes about 5 minutes to load video at 750K connection (RR lite). Worth the time to see how simple coves on table saw are. A web site for calculations on coves is http://woodgears.ca/cove/template.html Note the way Mark installed the guide. The angle shown lets the force of the cut towards the guide not away from it, as when installed the other angle direction. The best thing is to put a traping guide (trough) of 2 boards as Mark stated at the end of his demo. Use push sticks for safety. A feather board on top helps with consistency if doing multiple moldings. If I can find it, I will post a picture of a molding for a set of shelves I made a few years ago.
Reply Nick
9:50 PM on May 24, 2010 
Could not get the video to show waited 5 minutes+ to load. No luck.

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