Straight Line Rip Saw

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    Allison D
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    So on some occasions I come up with off the wall ideas that really serve me well in my shop.  A big thank you goes out to Ryan and others who helped formulate the making of this straight line rip saw.  The brackets are printed at 115% to accommodate the 1″ conduit I used from Lowes.    This is manually powered but could easily be hooked to a controller.

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    Jeffeb3
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    Woodsmith keeps promoting their panel cutting saw. I couldn’t help but think of using Ryan’s parts for something like that. Good idea just scaling it for bigger pipe.

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    Allison D
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    You could use this as a panel saw as well.  I happen to have a panel saw which is where the bracket/plate that the circular saw that is attached comes from.  My headache is most panel saws won’t allow an 8ft board to get a straight line rip.  In my case, the max size I can get to rip on my panel saw is 5.5 ft.  Thus- the new saw 🙂

    Thanks Jeff

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    Ned van Geffen
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    Photo doesnt work for me?

    I saw the facebook post though, i like the idea 🙂

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