Saturday, August 14, 2010
MFT-1080 to gain 4 1/2" more cross-cut capacity (a hair over 28"). So cross-cutting the ply isn't difficult. In that other posting, you'll see that I added a tape measure to the MFT fence so I can pretty much drop the flag and cut. But that means the piece to the left of the saw is the correct size.
disappearing miter saw stand. Wanting to remove it poses a couple problems.
Starrett self-adhesive metric/imperial tape measure to the fence just like I did to the main MFT fence (except this one reads left-to-right). Since there is a gap between the actual saw kerf and this fence, I put my tape on starting at the 7/8" mark so the "1" of the 1" mark would be clear.
For the curious, that's 984 bags, which at the rate I drink it will get me through Tuesday... (thanks Jocelyn, Marc, and Cecile!)