|Project by drewdawg||posted 1069 days ago||3143 views||30 times favorited||8 comments|
This is a fantastic thin strip jig! As you can see, the jig is at ‘zero’ when the bearing touches the blade. To cut a strip, place the jig in the miter slot in front of the blade, loosen the T-knob, set the thickness and then re-tighten the T-knob. All you have to do is to move the stock to the bearing and lock down the fence. You do not have to do any more measuring for additional strips from the same stock. I can get a maximum strip of 1 & 7/8”. I prefer this method since the thin strip is not wedged between the blade and the fence. I believe I got this from Wood Magazine.
-- ".......but if we built this large wooden badger......"