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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rip_cut

In woodworking, a rip cut is a cut made parallel to the wood grain. Rip cuts are commonly made with a table saw, but other types of saws can also be used...

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I wonder how different this new product will be than the well-regarded Eurekazone RipSizer...

http://eurekazone.com/content/ez-ripsizer-25

Oh Great now I cant wait to see what new innovation yall have come up with now

good timing - was looking at the festool saw, maybe this will be more cost effective

Kreg rip-cut saw guide...?

I told you so. 

Truly a needed piece of equipment. That needs to be affordable and reliable. Make it happen! 

Portable panel saw. Folds down to fit in a briefcase :-)

It's a mind controlled laser knife. You think about the dimensions and it makes the cut. Dang Kreg is the best!!

@nick ... *blue* laser

naw, wooden "blue" laser.....

John Coyne said:

@nick ... *blue* laser

2 days! ! ! Can't wait to see what imaginative tool you guys have come up with this time.

Don't know about this one, but I just bought the Shelf hole drilling jig, and really like the simplicity of it.  The holes aren't quite as clean as those done with my Festool OF1010 and  LR32 set-up (but that uses a router spinning at 20,000 RPM), but the Kreg is a lot faster to set up.  To be fair, I only tested it on cheap melamine, so I need to test it on cabinet grade ply, as well as over blue tape to see if that improves the chip out on the melamine for a true comparison.

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