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Rip Cut

August 3, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

A cut made in the direction of the grain. This cut is less strenuous than a cross-cut and doesn’t usually result in very much tearout. You can get away with using more aggressive blade with fewer teeth when making rip cuts.

Rip Cut at the Tablesaw

Rip Cut at the Tablesaw

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