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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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Where's the revolution?  It's 2/15/2012.

I am starting to build mine from metal shelf bracketing.It is width of the saw shoe and all u do is clamp and cut. 

I hope they start work at 9:00am or this is going to be a long day!  

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