Rip Thin Stock Safely With A Zero Clearance Tabletop

Rip Thin Stock Safely With A Zero Clearance Tabletop Woodworking How To

Rip thin stock safely with a zero clearance tabletop is bookmark about Woodworking How To bookmarked by tyrone with ID 13290490032 was uploaded on 02-01-2019 and has been viewed 224,236 times.

You'll cut thin stock with less tear-out on a saw with a zero-clearance insert.But there's an easier way to get the same results while raising the workpiece enough to keep it from sliding under the fence.

This tip also works great for cutting thin sheet brass...

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