John Economaki has been designing tools for his company, Bridge City Tool Works, for more than 30 years and while they receive rave reviews by users, nothing prepared him for the reception of his latest tool, the Chopstick Master. Chopstick Master makes perfect chopsticks
Cut narrow strips with a sliding jig. To make the jig, attach a 5-in.-long strip of wood, 1/16 in. narrower than the width of the desired rip, to the end of a 1x6 as shown. Basically you're creating a horizontal push stick. Add a handle near the end of the jig to give yourself better control as you run the jig through the saw.