Bandsaw saw vee blocks

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    I got a security alert that the site contains malware - could be hacked!
     
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    All fine here. External links don't seem to be pulling any Jabberwocky advertising in, which is a common cause.
     
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    I got this when hitting the link..

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    All ok for me too
     
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    Ahh yes Chrome. Most flighty of all the browsers.

    What does "Details" give you? Don't worry it won't take you anywhere but will explain further what the issue is.

    My guess is that because that's a Weebly site the script is most likely trying to do something in an editor sense and your browser does not like it.
     
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    So as I don't have the machining capabilities to mount the triangular leaves as above with screws and center bar, I was considering tacking them in place with the mig, anyone see any issues using this method
     
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    I made some of these a while back. Very handy for cutting tubes and box section. Just steel scraps tigged at the ends as the triangles are too close together to weld all the way. Seem strong enough though.

    http://mikesworkshop.weebly.com/angle-cutting-on-the-bandsaw.html

    This angle jig is also worth making for cutting mitres. I changed the 20mm pin for a 20mm flat bar though as I found the triangle would move when the vice was tightened knocking the angle off.
     
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