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Cutting large panels down to size used to be tricky… used to be intimidating… used to be expensive… but no more.

The Ripping Revolution starts in only 2 days. Join us here, this Wednesday the 15th to be the first to see a revolutionary new tool from Kreg!

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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its not fair teasing people like this....a blue laser sounds good,but.....I guess I'll have to wait...but I know I want one!!!

Festool is good stuff, don't underestimate it...but so is kreg

John Coyne said:

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

WTF – Why send me to a page that then tells me to wait for two days.  Just send it out on Wed, because now I will forget and probably not even notice you had a new product.

Oh crap...! Now I got to spend more money on tools. :-)

I want a pocket-sized folding panel saw.  Blue anodized aluminum would be nice, too, but no sharp corners please.

I'm excited to see what they have and to be part of this great group of wood workers.

If it comes from Kreg its going to be great, and we all can afford it . Thanks Kreg

smartphone controled blue laser

Great Waiting exited

Have you ordered the Kreg Matter/antimatter ripping replicator?

Yep, Mr. Johnson is correct.  Some of the online tool suppliers already have it listed including pictures.

martin johnson said:

google kreg rip cut

martin johnson said:

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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