Okay, I'm building my 13' sailing skiff-flattie-sharpie hybrid, and the frames are constructed out of MDO as a webbing that 1x2 Douglas Fir is attached to. I need to bevel the MDO in order for the sides to bend around properly. Now, I spent a good chunk of time setting up the tablesaw to do these bevels, but it seems to me that I'm going to lose way too much MDO for the bevel, something on the line of 1/4". I've got the blade adjusted properly (I think) and the stop-bar thingy (highly technical terms, I know) as far over as I can get it, but it still seems like I'm going to lose too much MDO.
Any ideas on what I can do, or what it is that I'm overlooking? This is the only thing standing in the way between me and completing the frames and moving on to my topsides.