subscribe You see that my cart is not really perpendicular I have a small millimeter here if I do not leave enough play, I can not make it slide and leaving some play bein it does not have horizontal I have a small
support surface I thought I could put a wood like that I will be able to shift and
tighten with a wheel to place it in this position except that … then I am good … except that … even by squeezing like a brute by pressing a little bit the wood moves with a clamp so with a wheel never life it will work so me what I'm going to do is that in the bottom of my wood
here, I will place 4 tubes and in this wood that I will cut again … so this is my tube I will groove like that so my wood once it is grooved I will fit it into my tubes, I will be able to move it in the groove until it touches my cart and move it to block it For the finish as usual ude me I put homemade beeswax finally rather encaustic as you can see I had to change
the part here so this part did not break on my cart but my support
fell to the floor and m 'broke a part so I took the opportunity to
make a part with the grain in this direction, with three large
screws so impossible for it to break it's stuck, screwed there there is no more problem in addition with this piece so I made a piece of wood that
tends to pull …

To put pressure on my cart and pull the support backwards so that would have pulled this piece and as it was … the direction
of the wire was in this direction it would certainly have broken. So the principle of
this part I am going to show it to you so I will show it to you here upside down and
then I will show it to you on the cart
the principle is that I shift it like that so here I have about 3 mm so I
will be able to slide my support on the carriage without any problem and when I
want to block I bring it there and I push it.

to prevent it from moving, even if normally it does not move with the
tension it does. there is … I have a butterfly screw my part has a small angle since my
support is not perpendicular To put it on it's quite easy so I shift my part and I put it in Then to slide it c ' is a
little more complicated because like I said I didn't leave a
lot of good play and there to block it, I push and there we are practically …

Then I am a little higher by about , I do not know, 5 millimeters, but with the weight it is put at the same height
and there it is still resistant and my butterfly I have no v I really need to put it on
because it is used without the butterfly, it's just a security and to remove it …. Then all you have to do is put the
tape on so I have 2 ribbons, I will leave you one link in the video I have a ribbon which is from right to left this one so it is a 3 meter ribbon one part will go here it is about 1 meter 25 here I intend to make an extension so the
second part will be to continue here here if a somewhat special tape, it
is 2 meters and it has its zero in the middle so one meter to the right and one meter to the left so I will be able to place my parallel guide either to the right or to the left of the blade good then to place my tape in the right
place I cut my panel, I made sure that it is well
placed on my guide here I have a right angle here I have 89.5, I come to block my guide and logically here it will cut me 89.5 so I'm sure my
89.5 is placed here so I just have to
place my benchmark at this level so I will leave the support, I'm going to slide the meter here So some will
wonder what use this metric support for …

If I have one here I can make parallel cuts just by leaning on this support only let's admit I want to cut
so I place myself on my mark so there I come in support and for me it is
well supported except that if I look closely I have all the [ __ ] here … I have lots of
shavings let's admit that I I have a panel 51 wide by 2 meters long and I want to cut it to 50 wide, it only takes half a millimeter at this offset level so that after my two meters bein it will give me a game of two millimeters.

I will
cut 2 mm more I will not have 50, I will have 498 while there with my
support I can adjust, this one at 500 that there at 500 and my panel will be 100% parallel in fact it's as if I had
my parallel guide since it leans here and it does not lean on my perpendicular guide that's the first thing and the main one
too and the second thing is that my
panel will be maintained here he will avoid lifting it here and my scorer will not be able to cut it I will have to always stay in support so let's admit that I want to cut a panel 70 wide by 2.40 meters I have to push it so that it stay well glued to my parallel guide I must press in case it is bulging and I'll tell you why …

In case it is bulging I'll show you something that will make you hallucinate so I have to push, I hold it so that my scorer cuts it … and I move forward … while the panel rests on the table so it's going to be difficult to do all this at the same time so now I'm going to show you why here is a panel that was brought to me I have an arrow of 4 and a half if I have a curved panel so I will cut it for example at 90 I just … to push and there is no effort I do not have to stick it on my parallel guide I just have to hold it so that my scorer cuts and brings it like that whereas with my parallel guide it is impossible to do So I will test it in a next
video because I have large panels to cut out …

but not for the moment, it is necessary first that I do massive.

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