|Project by Tony_912||posted 03-17-2016 06:12 AM||1604 views||9 times favorited||5 comments|
This jig is used to cut precise thin strips of wood on table saw. The size of the strips is set by the jigs incorporated scale that can measure with ± 1/64” precision. This concludes the first jig build for testing the idea. This jig is using transversial scale for measurements that makes reading easy. That scale was abandoned around 18th century, since everyone switched to vernier scale. To read 1” measurement we read 4” dial and it is very easy on eyes. Th jig width is 5”
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