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This link was sent to me recently on a thinstrip (1/32") jig called the sucker jig.

Enjoy: http://content.penturners.org/librar...hin_strips.pdf

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This link was sent to me recently on a thinstrip (1/32") jig called the sucker jig.

Enjoy: http://content.penturners.org/librar...hin_strips.pdf

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Notice the idea came from Canada too, those guys savvy woodworking.
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Notice the idea came from Canada too, those guys savvy woodworking.
I did....
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Nah, we're just thrifty (re the 1/32" slices)...
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Dan- no, thrifty is like the Iowa farmers who go for a weeks fishing trip with a pair of bib over halls and a 20 dollar bill and don't change either one!
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That would be excellent for string inlay. I use my 8" diablo blade more often than any of my 10" blades just because its the thinnest kerf blade I own 184mm. That's pretty close to my BS bands and it leaves a smoother cut.

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Thanks for sharing. I think I need to make one for my shop.

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Don't know if I'd have any use for that myself, but still a very neat idea. Thanks.

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