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ISSUE ARCHIVES

SEPT/OCT 2000
Volume 43 /  Issue 1

IN THIS ISSUE
Project Articles
Grandfather Clock, Part 1
Gumball Machine
The Dancin’ Duck Puppet

DEPARTMENTS
Ask Smitty
Owner’s Gallery
Letters from Owners

Academy Notes
Frame & Raised Panel Construction
 
Find A Shopsmith Woodworking Academy Near You
 
Service Pointers
 
Safety Tips
Safety, A Matter of Self-Respect

SURF’S UP
Return of SPT stands?
Specials & Online Catalog
Links Worth Visiting
Find A Shopsmith
MARK V Demo Near You

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Academy
Notes &
Tips

Easy-to-make Panel-Raising Fixture

This handy panel-raising fixture is the perfect choice for safely cutting precise raised panels, tenons or bevels. Just position the jig over your rip fence, tilt your table, slide your rip fence over, clamp your stock into position with the clamp bar and go to work. Make it from a good grade of 3/4-inch plywood with no voids.
 
We’ve provided three sets of dimensions (for the bottom portion of the fixture where it slips over your fence) to fit the three different MARK V rip fences -- Models 500, 510 and 520.  By altering the C and E dimensions, the other dimensions will change as indicated.

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View Plans &
Assembly Drawings
 
Plans

MARK V
Model


A


B


C


D


E

500
510
520

2-1/16
2-3/32
3-1/4

5
4-7/8
4-3/8

2-3/8
2-1/2
3

2-13/16
2-27/32
4

1-5/16
1-11/32
2-1/2

All Dimensions in Inches.