|Forum topic by niki||posted 2164 days ago||2508 views||4 times favorited||17 replies|
2164 days ago
I had to rip a few small pieces for some router table aid/fixture and I would like to share with you the method.
I’m using an Auxiliary fence clamped to the rip fence…now, when I’m saying Aux fence…. give me some good width say, 4”~6”....you don’t like to “drive” in congested areas, do you…
Before clamping the Aux fence, give it a pass through the blade just to make sure that its parallel and consistent in width.
The sled is made of 5/16” (8mm) “Floor panel” but of course, you can use plywood or MDF.
As you will see, I’m holding both hands on the trowel and that, doesn’t leave too many hands or fingers to be used as a “Backer board” for the workpiece…saves a lot of money…(no need SS :-) )...