Whack up a 2x6x96 construction timber into 8-10 equal pieces, then cut
back on each side to provide a "hook" at the end and you suddenly have
8-10 double sided push blocks.
Add a feather board(s) as required.
What am I missing?
Certainly not the money still in my wallet.
That's fine for pushing from an edge. The grr-ripper has high friction
material on it and no hook so it can push from the center of a piece,
letting you (a) apply pressure toward the fence and (b) hold the piece
down while not having your hand anywhere near the blade.
Also the various pieces in different widths let you deal with relatively
And it's quite helpful with the router table and jointer as well as the
Next time you're in Woodcraft spend a few minutes with the thing--take
it apart, put it back together, and think about it and you'll likely end
up taking one home.
What, moving wood through a table saw without touching it anywhere
except the edge?
Tell us the mechanism by which it does this.
Must be nice to be able to afford shipping charges on a can of tomatoes.
Lew, do you have multiple personality disorder? You're usually pretty
sensible, but right now you're the same sanctimonious twit we saw in the
Abby Sunderland thread.
Do try to put in in context.
>> Next time you're in Woodcraft.....
> Don't think I've ever been in a Woodcraft.
> I try to stay out of retail stores except for my local hardware when
I don't think it takes the highest level of reading comprehension nor
logic to determine he's talking about buying woodworking stuff, not
his daily groceries.
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