Author Topic: My MFT jig for ripping narrow stock  (Read 18265 times)

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Offline thedevme

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Re: My MFT jig for ripping narrow stock
« Reply #30 on: March 06, 2019, 11:17 AM »
I'm out of the dog business but here's an old video. Use the Parf dogs/UJK clips instead of Rip Dogs and you are in business.


Sure I am not doing anything special - I am using and 18-inch Incra track and this track is calibrated for the track on my mft3. I am also using fence dogs. I started a post for Seneca Parallel guides here if you want to see a list of enhancements:

This actually gave me a good idea for using the seneca narrow stock jig to rip thin stock using the mft3.  Just tested it out and it works perfect so thank you again for posting the video.
Mind taking pics of how your using the Seneca thin rip guides on MFT?  I was looking to order the Seneca set soon

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