> Good luck with that and I hope there is an easier
> way to figure it out
> cause I'm doing this with pen and paper with no way
> to test out the
played around with pencil and paper...
C D to represent corners....
To get the biggest possible hex out of the
stock I've got to work with....
I have to move the fence to the left of the blade
set the saw to 30 degrees ( so that it tilts away
fron the fence )
set up for a 3" ripping cut
cut off corner C
flip end for end
cut off corner A
then rotate counter-clockwise to finish.
this shgould give me a equal sided hexagon.
First I need to glue up a new piece because
I forgot that while that hexagon will be about
3 1/2" side to side.....
it will be almost 4" point to point.
I should not have squared up the blank.
Baron Conal O'hAirt / Jim Hart
Aude Aliquid Dignum
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