NO TOUCH PLATE

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SteveM
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Re: NO TOUCH PLATE

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I sent you a PM, but you could use a piece of paper and just put it on top of the piece you are going to cut. Just lower the bit till it drags while you are sliding the paper back and forth.
It should work fine for the time being.

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