I show you how to make a sacrificial fence for my Hitachi chopsaw to help make perfect miter cuts.   A big part of my business is making picture frames and using a sacrificial fence is a great way to make accurate cuts on small moldings. Having a sharp chopsaw blade, plus a sacrificial fence will help you get tight miters every time and I install new CMT saw blades on my table saw, miter and chop saw for this project. Making a sacrificial fence is also a great scrap wood project since you can generally make one with material you have lying around the shop. I made this sacrificial fence out of Baltic Birch plywood that was once the top of my old outfeed table. I know I’ve posted videos on how to make a sacrificial fence before but I think this one is more clear and to the point.

Saw Blades & Chop Saw:

CMT Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 10-Inch x 80 Teeth
CMT Combination Blade, 10-Inch x 50 Teeth
CMT Fine Finish Saw Blade, 10-Inch x 80 Teeth

Hitachi C10FCG 15-Amp 10″ Single Bevel Compound Miter Saw

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