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AW Extra 5/10/12 - Miter Plunging Biscuit Joiner

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Miter Plunging Biscuit Joiner

My biscuit joiner fence does not rotate to 135 degrees, and that is one of my most-often-made joints. To help hold the joiner steady, I add a second mitered piece of wood to the other side of the joint, forming a right angle. By increasing the surface for the joiner fence to rest on, the plunge is more stable.


This story originally appeared in American Woodworker October 1999, issue #75.

October 1999, issue #75

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lambachrobert wrote re: Biscuit Joiner Miter Slots
on 08-26-2009 1:45 PM

I SET THE FENCE TO 45 DEG AND ADD A 90 DEG BLOCK TO THE FENCE

lambachrobert wrote re: Biscuit Joiner Miter Slots
on 08-26-2009 1:45 PM

I SET THE FENCE TO 45 DEG AND ADD A 90 DEG BLOCK TO THE FENCE