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FS: Thin stock ripping jig for table saw

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Mark Hepburn, Nov 17, 2016.

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  1. Mark Hepburn

    Mark Hepburn Artist & Chef

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    Update: I'll pay the shipping, asking twenty dollars

    I continue to purge my shop of things that I know I won't be using to buy toys that I will :)

    This is a Fulton thin rip tablesaw jig

    I got this it some time ago as a gift from my dearly beloved and never used it. It won't fit my slider, which has a non-standard T-slot, and I'M not going to tell her. Perhaps someone can use this. Still in the box and never used. Im asking $20 and will pay postage in the US.

    It sells over at Peachtree for $29.95.

    Thanks,

    Mark


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  2. Mike Johnson

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    What is the width of the slider guide?
     
  3. Mark Hepburn

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    Mike, it's a 3/4" T-slot. Here are some photos of the dimensions

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  4. Jamie Straw

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    Hi, Mark, I sent a reply to your "Conversation" on 11/26 (about one of the chucks), haven't heard back from you. Please LMK what the status is. Thanks
     
  5. Mark Hepburn

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    Jamie, I just sent a reply. Sorry about the delay.
     
  6. Jon Minerich

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    Mark, if it isn't sold, I will buy it. Thanks, Jon
     
  7. Mark Hepburn

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    Thanks Jon.

    If you'll PM your address I'll get it out to you today if I can. Tomorrow for sure if not today
     
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  8. Jon Minerich

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    Mark, my apologies. I was busy with family during Christmas. Now for my embarrassment, how do I PM you?
     
  9. Mike Johnson

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    Jon,

    If you click on Mark Hepburn there is an option to "Start A Conversation".
    The message will show up in his message box.
     
  10. Bill Boehme

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    What Mike Johnson said.

    Our forum software uses the word Conversation to mean the same thing as the term Personal Message. That is confusing. We switched over earlier this year from a different forum software that used Personal Message and we're shifting our paradigms to the new terminology which still seems a bit odd after so many years of being accustomed to the previous terminology.
     
  11. Jon Minerich

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    Thanks Bill!
     
  12. Mark Hepburn

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    Jon, Bill:

    Sorry to take so long to reply here. Thanks for picking up my slack Bill.

    Sold and shipped to Jon. Thanks!
     
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