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LittleBen
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quote:
Originally posted by Roy from Pa:
That's what I do, Ben. Got a couple different taper patterns from ole KennyM.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrndKbkip_0

Yeah I need to make one eventually. I've got enough lams to keep me going for a while.
I've tried to make make taper sleds a few times and it's nearly impossible to get the kind of accuracy you would get from Kenny.

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JamesV
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Easiest way for you, using the equipment you have would be to use two finished boards and use shims between them to get your taper rate. I would put the shims 10" apart, .030 at ten inches, .060 at twenty inches and .090 at thirty inches.

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I can make you one that will be perfect, i'm in England so postage might be cheaper?
The best way is to make a parallel with a stop and simply put a tapered lam on top.

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quote:
Originally posted by mikkekeswick:
I can make you one that will be perfect, i'm in England so postage might be cheaper?
The best way is to make a parallel with a stop and simply put a tapered lam on top.

Mike, I'd love it if you could check how much is shipping from England to Israel.
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