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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Use a miter sled when working with bigger pieces that need extra support. The sled fits into the miter slot, like a regular miter gauge, but it also slides across the top of the table for added support. The gauge moves in individual increments for each degree and has an extension for longer pieces.
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