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FREE PLAN: Rip Fence Extension: A Safer Way to Cut Plywoodcomments (13) November 9th, 2009 in blogs
But, Philip A. Houck of Boston, Mass. has a tablesaw fence extension to make ripping an 8x4 sheet a safer procedure.
The extension just uses three simple parts. Find out how to make it and read how to use it by downloading the plan.
CLICK HERE to download the free plan.
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