Is there a secret to a long rip on tablesaws? 8' of leverage easily overcomes whatever force I can apply holding it to the fence. I've seen conical feed rollers that hold the work to the fence, but never paid much attention, since I didn't have problems with the size of work I was doing. I can't find them now on online stores. What are those roller-things called?
There's no problem on the outfeed end. I just need to get the first 3' or so to feed straight enough to not kick back. From there, it's a very comfortable rip, just like the ones I'm used to. What's the secret?