Cutting thin strips of wood for colorful accents in a cutting board, decorative box, or any number of other sharp projects requires careful work at the table saw. You want the strips to be cut consistently to the exact thickness from one end of the piece to the other. You may need to cut several pieces to the same thickness. However, cutting strips as narrow as 1/16”, 1/8”, or 1/4″ between the saw blade and fence can prove extremely dangerous, if not impossible. Thankfully, you can avoid this problem and saw safely by building and using this thin-strip ripping jig. It will serve you forever and be a shop jig you can count on for making clean, precision-cut strips of wood.
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Included: Detailed Exploded View drawing, step-by-step instructions, how-to photograph, and product source list.