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When I ripped the sheet of plywood I made 3 cuts of 6". On the 2nd and 3rd cuts I had no pressure on the ripcut be cause I thought I might be causing the wobble. In fact on the 3rd cut I let go of the ripcut about 6" before the end of the cut.



Bill Everett said:

When I ripped the sheet of plywood I made 3 cuts of 6". On the 2nd and 3rd cuts I had no pressure on the ripcut be cause I thought I might be causing the wobble. In fact on the 3rd cut I let go of the ripcut about 6" before the end of the cut.

Did you still have that uneven edge at the last bit of the cut?

Yes I had the wobble an all 3 cuts

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Bill Everett said:

When I ripped the sheet of plywood I made 3 cuts of 6". On the 2nd and 3rd cuts I had no pressure on the ripcut be cause I thought I might be causing the wobble. In fact on the 3rd cut I let go of the ripcut about 6" before the end of the cut.

Did you still have that uneven edge at the last bit of the cut?

Can anyone tell me where I can get a rip- cut in Ontario Canada?

i live in canada in quebec  still trying to find one myself i ask busy bee tools and still have not got them in canada yet
  lee valley tools have got them  also so am on waiting list me too good luck and if you get any news let me know please.
Trevor Gilbert said:

Can anyone tell me where I can get a rip- cut in Ontario Canada?

Any way to get a "true" cut using the rip-cut?

Seems like everyone that has the rip cut has problems, or they are not talking.

I did a search and came up with one in Leamington ON.

http://www.thetoolstore.ca/view.asp?Kreg-KMA2675-Rip-Cut-Circular-S...

hope this helps

Trevor Gilbert said:

Can anyone tell me where I can get a rip- cut in Ontario Canada?

I WENT ON AMAZON AND IT WAS $28.95 AND NO SHIPPING OR TAX.  IT WILL BE HERE THIS WEEK.

Such is life on the internet. Most people are probably just using them normally. The only ones who come back are the ones who had a problem. ;)

Michael Garrett said:

Seems like everyone that has the rip cut has problems, or they are not talking.

Yes I think you could fix the problem by taking and mounting a sacrficial fence on the surface of the plywood your using to suport your material your cutting. It would have to be mounted 90 degress to the cut then line up the plywood edge which the guide will follow. Its also a good idea to clamp the material being cut to the suport material away from the guide end. I will try to build . The fence would probably be made of 3/8 inch plywood since it could not be any higher than the plywood being cut. You could not cut anything much thinner that.
Brian said:

Any way to get a "true" cut using the rip-cut?

I was thinking the plastic guide could be made longer giving you more stability thru the cut.  I'd probably have to fashion something a little longer, say 18 or 24 inches, providing leverage on the back end of the cut.

Gary roofner said:

Yes I think you could fix the problem by taking and mounting a sacrficial fence on the surface of the plywood your using to suport your material your cutting. It would have to be mounted 90 degress to the cut then line up the plywood edge which the guide will follow. Its also a good idea to clamp the material being cut to the suport material away from the guide end. I will try to build . The fence would probably be made of 3/8 inch plywood since it could not be any higher than the plywood being cut. You could not cut anything much thinner that.
Brian said:

Any way to get a "true" cut using the rip-cut?

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