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Adjustable Miter-Saw Stop Rutherfordton NC

Then glue on the plywood top. Align the back clamp face flush with the glued-up front assembly and drill a 1/4-in. hole through all three pieces. Glue sandpaper to the front clamp face. Install the carriage bolt, set it with a hammer and attach the knob.

Packard Woodworks (Tools Only - No Wood)
(800) 683-8876
PO Box 718
Tryon, NC

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LOWE'S OF FOREST CITY, NC
828 351-1023
184 LOWE'S BOULEVARD FOREST CITY, NC, 28043
Forest City, NC
 
Fastenal- Forest City
828-287-2166
525 Withrow Rd Forest City, NC, 28043
Forest City, NC
 
Landrum Do it Best Hardware
(864) 457-2324
216 East Rutherford St
Landrum, SC
 
The Home Depot
(704)865-9532
2870 E Franklin Blvd
Gastonia, NC
Hours
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

Hill Hardware, Inc.
(828) 287-4105
184 North Main St
Rutherfordton, NC
 
Forest City Ace Hardware
(828) 245-4412
171 E Main St
Forest City, NC
 
Lowe's
(828) 351-1023
184 Lowe'S Boulevard
Forest City, NC
Hours
M-SA 7 am - 9 pm
SU 8 am - 7 pm

Hill's Hardware
(828) 287-4105
184 N Main St
Rutherfordton, NC

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The Home Depot
(336)883-0500
2300 N Main St
High Point, NC
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

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Adjustable Miter-Saw Stop

Adjustable Miter-Saw Stop

 

This handy stop grips tightly and is easy to adjust, so you can lock in crosscuts. A spacer the same thickness as the saw's auxiliary fence is the key. Sandwiched between the two clamp faces, this spacer makes the stop fit the fence perfectly. Sandpaper affixed to the stop's front face provides a secure grip. Glue the spacer and front clamp face together, making sure their edges are flush. Then glue on the plywood top. Align the back clamp face flush with the glued-up front assembly and drill a 1/4-in. hole through all three pieces. Glue sandpaper to the front clamp face. Install the carriage bolt, set it with a hammer and attach the knob. I mounted the knob on the back face so it would be out of the way. The top's overhang keeps the back face from spinning as you tighten the knob.

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