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In this week’s video, I show you how I set up a table saw to rip thin strips of wood. This is a combination of using a very simple jig, some woodworking technique, and parts that you probably already have for your table saw. The only additional piece of gear you need is a simple, flat, feather board to instal on the track for your table saw fence.
This is the only method I have found that allows you to rip narrow pieces of wood into precise, thin, strips. This is a perfect method for fine trim and scale models.
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The Amazing Flip Cut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me4szVpqaKo
The Small Parts Router Jig: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEU3Jw7bHrw
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