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Question Angled rip cut

Im going to try to explain myself, I need to make a rip cut in a 1" x 2" x 27" pine with an 10* angle, leaving in the wide part aprox. 3/4". Im plannig to do it in the table saw, my question is, where has to be the rip fence?, to the right or the left of the blade? My table saw angles to the left. Is it better to do it in the band saw?


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To the right. ( you never want to trap the board between the fence and the blade )
Make sure you use push blocks
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Good call John, thanks for your quick and smart answer. And for sure I will use push blocks
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Joseph, Here is a safe and simple way.
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Joseph, Here is a safe and simple way.
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Hi Gary - Maybe I'm wrong but I think he is talking about a bevel, not a taper. He did tell us which way his blade angled. That is kind of neat jig though.

Joseph - I would also recommend using a featherboard on the fence to keep the stock from riding up on the blade.

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Joseph, Here is a safe and simple way.
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Thank you for your comment, and actually I have a similar jig like that for a taper.

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Hi Gary - Maybe I'm wrong but I think he is talking about a bevel, not a taper. He did tell us which way his blade angled. That is kind of neat jig though.

Joseph - I would also recommend using a featherboard on the fence to keep the stock from riding up on the blade.
Yes I meant a bevel. thank you for your advise.

I already cut the bevel with no issues.

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