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Table Extensions

Rip Cut - Table Extensions

Cutting any long pieces, either with a rip cut or a cross cut, always works better when your table totally supports the piece rather than you being forced to hold it in place at the same time you are trying to move it forward.  This is actually critical with very thin sheets like in the last video with plastic laminate.

Table extensions can be very simple and inexpensive to make -- yet effective.

 

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