HOW TO CUT A PENTAGON ON A TABLE SAW
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Every now and then our woodworking requires us to rip a work piece to a polygon shape on the table saw. Perhaps you want to cut a pentagon, hexagon, octagon, nonagon, or any other polygon, for a fancy table leg or a post. This can be an intimidating, or even frightening requirement, and if you just attempt to freehand the operation it is almost certain to produce bad results. You will likely find that the sides are uneven, and there is a high likelihood that you will experience some mishap..
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