Cutting accurate miters on a table saw can be tricky with a stock miter fence. Host David Thiel takes a look at some commercially-available gauges.
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The bar and stop on this miter gauge has tiny teeth built-in. When the teeth meet, they lock together to provide a precise measurement. This miter gauge also has a flip stop on the bar. It has good positive stops that you can lock down by releasing the bar, rolling it where you need it and dropping on the back into place.
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