Not cross cutting, but ripping. So I can cut a 16" (or whatever) strip of ply without setting up a track saw or manhandling a piece of 4'x8' ply on the table saw.
Originally Posted by Rob Keeble
It works well for cutting pieces to a manageable size. For things like shop cabs, drawers, etc... Not sure I'd use this on high dollar ply, but with a nicer blade maybe. By it's nature, it's got a zero clearance throat on the blade.
The fence can be set to whatever width you want, and you simply use it to cut a strip of the ply.
The only reason it's on the tablesaw is I have another project consuming the other available flat surfaces...
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