Interesting. It was rip cutting on a radial arm saw that convinced me to buy a table saw. The only time I've ever been happy to get rid of a tool was when the RAS left the building.
Thanks for adding to this old thread!! The link you gave us is a bit vague. I'm hoping you could add a few pictures showing how you actually use that jig. How do you actually push the workpiece through?This setup works nice and easy and safe for making thin strips on the radial arm saw. You can adapt it for any width you want. I originally came across this in an ancient hard cover Popular Mechanics set I inherited from my pépère but this is identical. https://www.finewoodworking.com/2005/10/25/ripping-thin-strips-on-the-radial-arm-saw
- Padriac Riley