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After mounting his chop saw to what looks like a sweet custom plywood table, reader (and photo pool controbutor) Simple Simon added this slick adjustable stop based on some extruded aluminum, some plywood, and parts from Lee Valley.  It looks very effective, and quite professional as well.  Hopefully Simon’ll have a minute or two to stop by and tell us a bit more about it in comments.

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Home-Build Chop Saw Stop [Flickr]


3 Responses to From The Flickr Pool: A Home-Built Chop Saw Stop

  1. Brad says:

    This dude loves him some extruded aluminum. 🙂 http://www.flickr.com/photos/simplesimon/tags/aluminum/ Some other very cool looking projects there.

  2. Jake says:

    Sweet idea! Stops are great.

  3. Simon says:

    uh hello,
    this is the guy who built this. The table itself is actually just a 24″ wide box with an 8′ bit of plywood stuck on to the left. It needed to be movable since this shop was temporary and belonged to a client. I use T-slot as much as possible since it can be adjusted and re-built easily.

    “Simple Simon”

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