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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 9:46 pm 
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A Quick Jig for Ripping Thin Strips

http://www.woodworkingtips.com/etips/etip111700wb.html


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My brother talked me into buying a tool from Rockler that does the same thing.........I've never used it.....It has a roller bearing insted of a screw to hold the distnace for the strips.
It is called a "Thin Rip Tablesaw Jig" and I'm sure it works fine but, I just havent had a need for it yet.
Give me time, I've only had it for 2 years!!

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Rapid Roger wrote:
My brother talked me into buying a tool from Rockler that does the same thing.........I've never used it.....It has a roller bearing insted of a screw to hold the distnace for the strips.
It is called a "Thin Rip Tablesaw Jig" and I'm sure it works fine but, I just havent had a need for it yet.
Give me time, I've only had it for 2 years!!

Rog


Probably wore out sitting in the box. You had better buy another. Mine works great.

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