In this Tips From the Workbench video GCA Technical Services Manager Jack Landis shows how to make a simple wooden jig to help cut stocks to length and keep everything square and neat. His saw is using a Freud Thin Kerf blade for smooth and chip free cuts.
This simple and easy to make jig will help ensure that your stock-cutting jobs are accurate, easy, and give a good result that will keep your customers coming back to your business. Of course, fitting and shaping a new recoil pad is a whole other lesson.
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