Axminster Thin Rip Jig

Code: 501146

  • Makes repetitive ripping of thin strips easy and safe
  • Cuts to the left of the blade, preventing burning, binding and kickback
  • Made from heavy duty aluminium extrusions with a built-in scale
  • Locks into any 19 x 10mm mitre gauge slot
  • Can be used for curved work on a bandsaw
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£35.70 (£29.75 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Thin Rip Jig
  • UJK Technology Bandsaw Buddy
  • Axminster Taper Cutting Jig
  • Axminster Trade AT3327B Bandsaw
Total: £1,565.84

In Detail

The thin rip jig makes repetitive ripping of thin strips safer and easier than any other method. Made from heavy duty aluminium extrusions, the jig locks securely in any 19 x 10mm mitre gauge slot. The built-in scale helps you make fine adjustments. The ball bearing holds the stock firmly against the fence, allows smooth feeding and makes repositioning a simple operation. Also, a very handy jig for a bandsaw, allows curved work to be done easily and accurately.

This product is on page 40 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2019/20 Catalogue.


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