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  1. #1
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    Cutting strips on table saw

    Good day

    I had to cut 6mm (1/4") thick and 1.5m (59") long strips for a project but, I don't like to move the fence after every cut so, I made this quicky jig.

    Regards
    niki


























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    Welcome to Family Woodworking Niki.

    I know you from the Canadian Woodworking forum where your ingenious jigs and tools have always been very much appreciated.

    Keep up the great work and I hope that you visit here often.
    Cheers, Frank

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    Thank you Frank

    I remember you from Canadian Woodworking...I'm still "larking" there to see "what's new".
    I think that you'll find that most of the pics of my posts there disappeared...I lost all my Photobucket album and had to open new one...

    Regards
    niki

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    Hi Niki

    I larked around for a long time here, before I threw my hat into the ring. Its a great place to be. Great folks here. Nice jig, I plan on useing it, along with many more of yours. Jack

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