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Has anyone made or seen a cove cutting jig that will fit the Triton 2000 Workcentre?
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Hi Peter

Surely all a cove cutting "jig" comprises is a couple of strips of timber fixed together with another couple of strips of timber (to make a folding parallelogram) and, very importantly, a hold down (and ideally an extra guard), like this commercial model. If you go that way make sure that you have adequate run-off support and stand to one side as these devices can kick back a little

Personally I don't like them. When I tried one a few years back I thought the resulting cut requires far too much cleaning up (time is money) and I wasn't convinced that it was a particularly safe procedure

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I'd like to reinforce the idea of two guides on the table saw with a hold down. Best thing I done! Truly adjustable, ha, ha.
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