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#1 posted 05-04-2020 05:19 AM

The shoe works well because you cut the line you will use on that first cut. However now that you have mentioned a big bandsaw, That is the safest way to rip anything. The only possible issue is easily overcome with some height adjustable saw horses, or work supports due to the smallish tables on most bandsaws. Tippy cuts aren’t usually the best cuts, nor the safest. using infeed, and outfeed supports will do the holding, and all you need to do is steer.

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