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Picture Framing

Specialty - Picture Framing

Miter Bevel cuts to get picture framing or even furniture or room molding to fit perfectly in the corners is extremely simple if you make a molding carrying jig.

This jig is a combination of the sliding table you made in one of the first video clips, and a sandpaper faced miter gauge in a later video-- with the addition of being able to cut right, left, inside, outside and any slope angle molding all in one non-adjustable jig.

 

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