|Forum topic by cornhusker||posted 1324 days ago||1148 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
1324 days ago
I’m trying to figure out exactly how to SAFELY cut out a bunch of 1/4” x 1/4” x 24” or longer strips from various width and thickness boards I have. I am not concerned about waste, however I need to have the cuts fairly accurate and truly square as I will end up using them for a larger glue-up.
I haven’t been able to figure out how do this safely – - I know my fingers are going to get too close to the blade or something will end up getting shot back at me because of wood getting pinched between the fence and the blade, etc.
Could anyone lend their advice how to accomplish this?
BTW – I have an old table saw, a router (but not a router table), and a benchtop planer and am game to use any combination of these tools.