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#1 posted 01-29-2013 11:25 PM

+1 on riving knife being the key to this cut. I always prefer, on thinner cuts, to rip these on wider boards and then resaw them back at 90 degrees. I also use the paddles off of my jointer, This allows me to use the pressure needed to make sure any bow is pushed out, with confidence. I walk them hand over hand always making sure downward pressure is constant. This is also how I determine the width at which I no longer rip an angle. If I can’t fit the paddles in, then mitre first, and rip seconds Those wheel dohickey’s HorizontalMike uses Look nice for angle rips. They are like hold down kick back devices. PM him, he loves to talk about them.

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