Sawing Versatility (continued)
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14-35. This is the setup to use for doing patten
sawing. The front edge of the guide block can be straight
or round depending on the shape of the workpiece you
will be cutting. Click image for larger view.
sawing is a method of working so that a pattern, shaped like
the part that is needed, can be used as a guide to cut duplicate
pieces. This eliminates the need to do layout on individual
pieces and assures exact duplication.
is detailed in Figure 14-35.
The guide block, clamped to the table, is undercut at one
end to permit passage of the material being cut and is notched
to accommodate the blade's width and thickness. The workpiece,
cut to rough size and shape, is held to the underside of the
pattern with short brads that protrude from the pattern just
enough to catch the workpiece.
is done by guiding the pattern along the edge of the guide
block. Since the blade is positioned by the notch in the guide
block, the work is automatically cut to the shape of the pattern.
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