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Magswitch® Ultimate Thin Stock Jig/Rip Guide Attachment

Item #
36835
Rating:
96% of 100

The Ultimate Thin Stock Jig/Rip Guide Attachment is for use with the Magswitch Workholding System (#38007, sold separately). No other tool like it in the industry! Three tools in one! Mounts to the Universal Base and MagJigs (each sold separately). Features stepped side for most common sizes of 1/8", 1/4", and 3/8". The opposite side is sloped for odd sizes up to 3/4".


The Ultimate Thin Stock Jig/Rip Guide features a fixed roller bearing and extends forward for accurate repetitive ripping of your thin stock. Ideal for thin stock hold down or in/out feed on a table saw. Enhances safety by keeping your fingers away from the blade while also minimizing chatter for clean cuts. This tool features core advantages of Magswitch including fast, strong set up anywhere on steel table or cast Iron fence. Low profile design for use on your smallest tables.


Features:
  • For use with Magswitch Workholding System (#38007, sold separately)
  • No other tool like it in the industry, three tools in one
  • Mounts to the Universal Base and MagJigs (each sold separately)
  • Features stepped side for most common sizes of 1/8", 1/4" and 3/8"
  • Features a sloped side for odd sizes up to 3/4"
  • Features a fixed roller bearing and extends forward for accurate repetitive ripping of your thin stock
  • Ideal for thin stock hold down or in/out feed on a table saw
  • Enhances safety by keeping your fingers away from the blade while also minimizing chatter for clean cuts
  • Features core advantages of Magswitch including fast, strong set up anywhere on a steel table or cast Iron fence
(1) Magswitch® Ultimate Thin Stock Jig/Rip Guide Attachment
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number 8110362
Weight 1.0000
4.8 / 5.0
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Bought this to facilitate resawing thin stock on band saw. Great for consistency and safety
August 30, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
man O man
always wondered and looked for a jig that wood give the ability to cut thin strips repeatedly and accurately. Well look more this one did it with no problem
May 9, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great for table saw
I need to rip 3/16 strips from 3/4 thick stock. Worked! I was cutting on the left side of blade and not the right side close to to the rip fence. No more kick back while cutting thin stock. I should have gotten this sooner.
December 30, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Two thumbs up
Works great, fast setup. Great addition to my tablesaw.
April 22, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Look useful for project I have planed
Jim R on Mar 23, 2019
Always looking for new and better ways to cut small parts.
EDGAR B on Aug 30, 2017
Look useful for project I have planed
Jim R on Mar 23, 2019
to prevent kick back on thin cuts,
Tammy T on Nov 13, 2018
Always looking for new and better ways to cut small parts.
EDGAR B on Aug 30, 2017
Thin cut and repeated same thickness cutting
Stevie P on Mar 16, 2017
on his xmas list
JEANNE L on Dec 13, 2016
I think this jig will be a great accessory for the Magswitch Start Kit I just purchased as well.
Jeff on Nov 11, 2016
Need to cut thin pieces of wood safely.
Paige M on Jul 10, 2016
To compare with my other thin strip cutting jig
Tom L on May 30, 2016
Works great for making wood strips for model ship building.
Eugene S on Jan 21, 2016
to prevent kick back on thin cuts,
Tammy T on Nov 13, 2018
Thin cut and repeated same thickness cutting
Stevie P on Mar 16, 2017
I have a project to make, and I need a jig to cut at least 45 degree angles and compound angles. Is there anything like it?
Ricardo a on May 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No Sir, I don't believe this is what you are looking for. This Jig is for assisting in ripping thin strips at a 90 degree angle and for use as a panel hold down. You can see 2 videos on You Tube that may help you decide.