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    In issue 26 there is a 3d easter egg. I cut out the six pieces and am now ready to cut the thirty degree angle. I seem confused. Do I cut a straight angle along the sides or like the 3rd pattern of the cross shows a canoe like shape. Do I follow those lines?

    Thanks for the help

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    hi luckyhook, sorry i can't help with your problem but i'm sure someone will be along soon to help, anyway welcome to the forum and why not make a post on the welcome message board and introduce yourself to everyone, we are all very friendly and welcome new members.
    kevin/pitbull.

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      Jim
      DeWalt DW788 & Dremel 1680

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        I actually set it up in my shop and tried it out to make sure it worked. Jim8mad has the concept right... the only thing I use the inner lines for is a guide; set the fence up so that it will begin the cut at the tip of the canoe, and run the piece throug; the angle of the table compounded with the existing curve of the piece will give you that canoe-shape...it's one of those situations where it's better to do than think about it <GRIN>

        If you don't trust me, give it a shot on a piece of scrap...and don't try to follow the lines when cutting! Just use them to align the fence!

        Bob
        www.GrobetUSA.com

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