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    Rip fence ideas

    well glenn bradley is probably our hero on jigs and fixtures but i saw a pic of how he was using a feather board with bessy clamps and not using the bolts provided so i thought just maybe i could show him one thing or two that he could use to make his life better and i know he will do a better job on the slots first hing is on my fence top i have a spiral note book that i can write down the setting i used for this cut or the size needed rather than try to remember them from one time or another and it holds a pencil as well or a marker for marking the good side up of a piece on the end of it.. the next things is to use the sacrificial fence for dados and yet have the feather board adjustable and in the proper place at the cut with out the bessys hanging off the side to get in the way of the storage area of the cut pieces hope this helps jig master

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    Hey, that's pretty nice! I might just copy it.
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    Very nice, Sir! That's usin' yer noggin!
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    Nice jig and tips Larry.
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    Nice tip Larry, I will remember that one.

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    are this blue jigs that hold the jig to your fence from rockler? I need asset of those

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    Larry, is that a "display" saw? Don't see any crumbs on it.
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    yes it is Al. i took the picture at my local woodcraft. but dont look at it today it has crumbs and more on it
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    Larry,

    Are you trying to say that is a crummy saw???

    Good ideas are ALWAYS appreciated. It is neat when you show off that brain that you hide behind that beard (I just could not resist saying that).

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