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January 18, 2012 by tom 10 Comments A cross cut saw that can rip a 36", 2" thick plank of walnut? So earlier this week I was working away in the wood shop and dimensioning some big planks of 2″ walnut for the second project in my book. I always told students that you can cross cut wood with a rip saw but ripping wood with a cross cut saw is a definite no-no. Looking forward to reading it, hope it’s coming along as nicely as a Bad Axe saw thru Walnut!! Members of 1% for the Planet contribute 1% of annual sales directly to nonprofit environmental organizations. I have a few old Rip saws I’ve acquired through yard sales and flea markets as well as a new Pax from England.
The plans for these will be in my book so I better not put them here…my editor may whack me across the knuckles with a yard stick! I cover re-sawing in my new book, The Unplugged Woodshop- Hand Crafted Projects for the Home and Workshop.
Thanks for the link, I had found the plans for the frame saw, but Bob Easton's post has way more information.
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I am 76 years old, have all my fingers, my vision, and my hearing and can still keep occupied in my shop.
If you fellas read this correctly you will see that you don't get the left hand near the blade. How about slightly curving the notched side and routing the rabbet along the curve so you are less likely to catch a rough edge against the end of the guide? All laser cut machine for wood wholesalers & laser cut machine for wood manufacturers come from members.
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Material Carbon steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Galvanized Steel, PP Sheet, PVC Sheet, Copper, Wood board etc. I had just finished cross cutting the 13″ wide behemoth when my son yelled down with some pertinent information about a vomit flavored jelly bean he was testing!?! I’ve had the exact same experience with a vintage crosscut I bought from him as well. The 1% for the Planet network brings together like-minded leaders who share a belief that business can be a vital catayst for positive environmental change.
I barely touch the Pax except for soft, green wood outside of my shop…kind of the weekend work, helping out the brother-in-law build a fence or deck stuff.
I clearly remember thinking back when I was first considering a shop with no power tools and the idea of ripping all of the wood for a piece of furniture scared the hell out of me! Try ripping along the workbench too, this is my preferred method but again to each his own…what ever feels comfortable is always the best way to go. I am slowly working up the courage to do all my woodworking by hand but one thing is stopping me, how to resaw thick planks. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.
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Then, put a dado blade in your tablesaw, tilt it to 20, and rip the angled rabbet as shown in the drawing at left.
Because they attach to the table top with a magnet you have no need to put your hand any where near the blade. We doesn't provide laser cut machine for wood products or service, please contact them directly and verify their companies info carefully.
Anyhow, I set up the plank and accidentally grabbed my Disston crosscut saw and started ripping the wood. You can cross cut wood with a rip saw ( leaves a jagged edge but works just fine ) but ripping wood with a cross cut saw seems to only work well with a saw sharpened by one of our modern day masters. You may have posted this somewhere and I didn’t see it, what’s the eta on the new book?
The particular saw in question is the one pictured above; the medallion says Corporate Mark Kangaroo and the plate has Rob Sorby Sheffield punched into it. Between these two that usually takes care of my ripping needs but I’m very interested in the new Lie Nielsen panel saws.
My next project (between a hanging tool cabinet and my wife's chest of drawers) is a frame saw for resawing. Awhile back I used handsaws extensively in timberframing and was amazed at how good I got with them, but in my cabinet shop they don't get that much use, except for dovetailing.
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Keep the ripping guide and your hand stationary as you feed the workpiece into the saw blade.
For small stock I usually just fore go the saw bench and use my tail vise for most of my rip cuts. I’ll sometimes hold the piece in the tail vise and use a hold fast as well on my bench top to keep the work piece stable. Basically they’re saw horses that are the same overall dimension as the end profile of my work bench. I’ll use these from time to time when ripping the edge of real large work but this is pretty rare in my shop.

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