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  • Bevels Or Raised Panels On a Slider

    Just wanted to show how I cut bevels on panels like solid wood drawer fronts. I will let the pictures speak for themselves.


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    Re: Bevels Or Raised Panels On a Slider

    Just to clarify, I assume the jig holds the panel @ 90° and you tilt the blade to the desired angle?
    Opposed to the jig being at a set angle and leaving the blade @ 90°



    neat set up either way!
    [insert something witty here]

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      Re: Bevels Or Raised Panels On a Slider

      I like how you've got this set up. To speed up swapping out panels, you may consider replacing the panel holddown bolts with knobbed ended ones akin to what you have for the vertical "fence".

      Nice to see your slider at work!
      All the best,

      Marty

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        Re: Bevels Or Raised Panels On a Slider

        Basically an oversized tenoning jig! Good idea to get those shallow angles.
        Happiness is a new blade!

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          Re: Bevels Or Raised Panels On a Slider

          Originally posted by beakie View Post
          Just to clarify, I assume the jig holds the panel @ 90° and you tilt the blade to the desired angle?
          Opposed to the jig being at a set angle and leaving the blade @ 90°



          neat set up either way!
          Yes. The jig holds the panel at 90° and tilt the blade the desired angle.

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            Re: Bevels Or Raised Panels On a Slider

            Originally posted by MartyFromKingston View Post
            I like how you've got this set up. To speed up swapping out panels, you may consider replacing the panel holddown bolts with knobbed ended ones akin to what you have for the vertical "fence".

            Nice to see your slider at work!
            That was my original idea a lot faster but the studs on the knobs I have are not long enough. I have to make some knobs for the bolt heads. This worked just fine for the four drawer front I had to make.

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