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July 26, 2016


Rip strips to width

Rip strips to width

This stop’s width equals the distance from the edge of the blade nearest the stop to the far edge of the slot minus the width of strips to be cut. After each cut, slide the fence until the workpiece touches the edge of the stop; then cut the next strip.

 

 

 


 
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