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Fine-tuning the joinery on your projects is a cinch with this must-have, precision bench accessory.

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Crosscut sleds have been around for a long time, but few are ideal. Many are heavy and hard to store. Most develop an extra-wide saw cut in the fence and allow the blade to throw sawdust in your face. My design solves all these problems.

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With its long base and two-part fence, this multi-purpose shooting board can handle five different planing jobs. Like most of its kind, it’s good for trimming end grain and miters. But it also works great for shooting the edge of a board and serves as a planing stop, handling both thin and thick parts. Timothy Rousseau demonstrates how to make it, and then shows you how to use it for all of these tasks.

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Cutting miters so they are ‘just right’ is a problem faced by all woodworkers. Here’s how to sneak up on the perfect miter with scrap wood and a plane. by Don McConnell You find yourself in a quandary.

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Over the years, I have built quite a few dedicated Shooting Boards. Some are for shooting 90º and others for dedicated angles or compound angles. The reasons for these shooting boards are multifold. For me, the runout on my compound mitre saw is just a touch too much and I try for extreme accuracy and crispness in my joinery.

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Want to smooth an end grain cut, clean up a 45º miter, or remove a skosh from a plywood panel? George Vondriska shows you how to make a bench-top shooting board and select the right hand plane to solve these and other problems you might encounter on your woodworking projects.

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The difference between an ill-fitting miter and a gap-free one can be as small as a single plane shaving. This quick-to-build miter shooting board gives you the means to take just a whisper off your workpiece while trimming the angle of the miter dead-on. Featured in WOOD Issue 230, December/January 2014/2015

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Precision shooting board used to trim ends of boards. I use shooting boards often, have one at each workbench. Simple to make and critical to hand tool woodworking. $14 plan includes information and diagrams for face and case miter attachments. Visit www.woodskills.com for plans and info.

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