I made this saddle-type jig from scrap that rides along my table saw’s rip fence to help keep my fingers up and out of harm’s way when ripping thin strips. It has an adjustable 1/8″-thick hardboard hold-down that slides up and down on slots and carriage bolts. In back, a hardboard “heel” pushes workpieces forward. It’s screwed in place in case I ever need to replace it. A handle on top makes the jig easy to slide along.
– Ed Smail