Site Tips, Episode 9: How to cut wedges (VIDEO)
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September 26, 2018 by Steve Payne
Apart from helping you to get your fingers under a section of framing that is lying flat on your job site, there are a hundred uses for custom wedges that you can cut for yourself at any time.
In this video, Rob shows you how to cut wedges from the end of 2×4 – although a 2×6 or wider will obviously give you more wedges, faster.
Rob likes a worm drive saw for this… personal preference only. It can be done just as easily with a sidewinder.
Exercise utmost caution when cutting wedges this way – and though this might be the most patently-obvious sentence we ever write: Keep your fingers away from the blade of the saw.
And you know what we have to put next:
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