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Sliding clamping ripping jig (the JIGGIE slicer )

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Project by Patrick's work shop posted 01-04-2015 11:34 AM 4046 views 29 times favorited 15 comments Add to Favorites Watch

this is a sliding clamping ripping jig I made for my table saw ,it slides over my table saw fence .this jig has a threaded Rod running through it to move a clamping device to hold a piece of stock to rip on the saw i made this for making fast repetitive cuts if you would like to see a short build video please click the linkhttp://youtu.be/Lef3Yel-Yc4

-- Patrick's work shop





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#1 posted 01-04-2015 11:57 AM

Cool idea!

-- Chris, http://www.youtube.com/CMRwoodworks , FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/cmrwoodworks1 , Proverbs 16:9

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#2 posted 01-04-2015 02:38 PM

Very cool! I am guessing you have different sized “clamps” that you can easily swap out
to rip different thicknesses?

-- "Don't you hate it when people don't finish what they"

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#3 posted 01-04-2015 03:16 PM

Great idea Patrick! Nice way to keep those pinkies away from that spinning blade!
Very nice!!

-- Dennie - Tennessee

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#4 posted 01-04-2015 04:13 PM

Interesting idea.

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#5 posted 01-04-2015 04:15 PM

Nice, I am assuming with the clamps you also don’t have the issue of kickback with the piece trapped beside the blade.

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#6 posted 01-04-2015 04:18 PM

Love it! Good old American ingenuity at work.

What tablesaw blade you are using?

I’d probably simplify the clamp mechanism, eliminating the threaded rod.

—Bill

-- Forest, Virginia ; Micah 6:8

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#7 posted 01-04-2015 06:37 PM

Really nice and safe idea.
Best thoughts,
Mads

-- MAD F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.

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#8 posted 01-04-2015 06:40 PM

Good stuff right there!!!

-- "Not skilled enough to wipe jam on toast!"

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#9 posted 01-04-2015 07:04 PM

Very clever idea

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#10 posted 01-04-2015 08:48 PM

Better than the average idea. Nice work.

-- Dave, Downers Grove, Il. -------- When you run out of ideas, start building your dreams.

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#11 posted 01-04-2015 09:13 PM

Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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#12 posted 01-04-2015 10:18 PM

That will do the job much safer, I do suggest you close the space up around that blade. Make a zero clearance insert and that saw will be that much safer again.

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#13 posted 01-04-2015 10:26 PM

Ingenious and effective; best of all worlds. Thanks, Patrick

-- Neal, Arizona

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#14 posted 01-06-2015 04:54 PM

Interesting concept.

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#15 posted 04-17-2015 02:25 PM

Had to add this to favorites so I could find it again. Thanks for sharing.

-- There's a hundred ways to do anything, alot depends on the tools at hand.

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