|Project by lanwater||posted 10-18-2010 06:05 AM||5809 views||18 times favorited||10 comments|
Yet one more thin strip ripping jig. The same design as many, based on ShopNotes.
I decided to get away a little from the other unfinised projects this weekend and learn bent lamination wood.
So I needed this jig that turned out to be really usefull.
The only thing that was changed from the Shopnotes instructions was the placement of the miter bar.
I wanted to be able to use it on the table saw and the band saw.
Both these have a different distance from the miter to the blade.
I got lazy and did not set the router table up to route the groove on the top.
I simply drilled a bunch of holes on the drill press.
I ripped 41 strips of 2”x36” of oak and it did well.
-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA