|Project by XrayJay||posted 02-06-2016 11:05 PM||1948 views||20 times favorited||6 comments|
This is my version of the Shopnotes thin strip jig. www.shopnotes.com/files/issues/105/thin-strip-ripping-jig.pdf
I didn’t want too many tighteners so since I have a Ridgid 4512 I was able to use a vertical hold instead of a horizantal.
I also liked the adjustment capabilities I saw on Lumberjock’s Corydoras jig so I combined it with a screw adjustment. To do that I had a sleeve nut and cut the end off. Glue it in with epoxy and you’re good. If you do not have a sleeve nut you can use a coupling nut. I tried using two flange nuts but just couldn’t line them up well enough to work. I used lock nuts on the moving side of the jig and that allowed me to keep the nuts stationary without binding the rod so it couldn’t rotate. Thanks for taking a look.
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