Getting the Most out of your Shopsmith #17: SUPER EASY Ripping Support for your Shopsmith or other small DIY Table Saw.

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Blog entry by MyGrowthRings posted 09-25-2020 09:38 PM 507 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Ripping lumber (sawing the length of a board) can be challenging enough as it is, but add gravity on the outfeed side of the saw to the mix and things can get dicey fast. This super-simple to build and easy to use shop-made accessory fence will earn a place in your shop the first time you use it.

This fence any many other jigs and fixtures you will see on the “My Growth Rings” Youtube channel utilizes the inexpensive and easy-to-make “Bittner Nut ”, which was covered in detail in a prior video:

Watch the video here:

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