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I've heard lots of rip cut guides say that you should have your workpiece between the blade and the fence and the offcut on the free side of the blade. It's not really a hard and fast rule, and there are several factors to consider: safety, accuracy, feasibility, efficiency... Normally, you want the workpiece between the blade and fence because you set that ...


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In your example, you'd set your fence to 50mm (~4" for those who like Freedom Units ;) and run it through that way. If you should happen to mis-set the fence a bit and you get it at 49.9mm or 50.1mm, at least your strips are all the same. If you put the "off cut" portion between the blade & fence, you have to adjust the fence for every ...


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