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I think the OP used one.

And this is a really nice build loving the chunky look and the sp terminals. Very impressive.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote luthier Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 January 2019 at 2:03am
Originally posted by doller doller wrote:

It's near impossible with a hand circular saw. They only bevel one way and it's always the wrong way. Cutting perfect matching panels near impossible. I am sure a few can do it.
The best way is to make an angled cut off jig for the table saw. You can get exactly matching panels. But yes it does always take a bit of trial and error.


With a circular saw yes, difficult and not very repeatable. However I would choose a good track saw like the TS55 or Mafell equivalent over all simarly priced table saws I have come across.

I can get the same accuracy and just as clean a cut with my TS55 as I used to on a Altendorf panel saw. It does take a bit longer to setup and I sometimes need to make a jig or two but it is an incredibly versatile tool that I use daily. 

Also as a side note, it's not difficult to cut past 47 degrees with the right setup, whichever side of the blade. 

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Finaly paint is done!!Smile











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Almost finish!








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no damping added? Try to get hold of some ‘twaron’ 
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I will ad some,and do some measurements with and without damping.

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Awesome looking job!
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