I was going to make some stops for the mill table. I thought it would be simple to mill a slot in an appropriate size metal and mill female dovetails, set-screws and Bob's your uncle. Might even throw in a brass gib. However, when I measured the male dovetail angles they are 55 degrees. To my knowledge there are only 60 and 45 degree cutters commonly available. So the questions are:1) Is this usual? 2) Would you mill a 60 degree female dovetail and accept the disparity (after all it is only a piece of iron to stop the table going any further - nothing magical about it)? 3) Would you seek a wise Sifu in the Sinkiang province for only he knows the ways of 55 degree dovetail cutters? 4) "Sod it, I am going to make do without stops!" 5) Devise different stops altogether (magnets, adjustable bars like on taig lathe, etc.)?