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#1 posted 538 days ago

If I need to rip at an angle on a thinner board (under about 3” or so) I’ll often start with a wider board, which gives the wood a better table to blade contact ratio. Then, once you have the angled edge, you can do straight cut to get the right width. I don’t always do it this way, but it’s one more way to be safe, I guess.

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