I had a problem with alignment on my table saw blade.
the ‘lateral’ alignment was out just enough to be a problem.
While researching how to adjust it, I came across the thin rip jig.
Since I like to make projects from rough cut lumber, the thin strip jig looked interesting.
I decided to build rather than buy.
I started with a piece of 1×2 (3/4”) stock and cut it to the depth of the slot in the table.
Then put a bead of glue and laid a piece of 3/4” plywood and let it dry.
Then two 1/4” holes were drilled and counter sunk on the bottom.
Another piece of 1×2 drilled and slotted. 1/4-20×2.5 inch flat head machine screws matched with some wing nuts I had from a feather board kit.
The bearing is from one of the router bits and just happens to have a 1/4” hole so it was easy to mount. A spacer nut got it closer to the table top.
I now have a very accurate way of adjusting the blade, and a good thin strip jig using scrap from around the shop.
-- If we learn from our mistakes, I should be a genius!