I build model ships, for which I need large amounts of thin strips of wood. The problems making strips down to 1.5mm are numerous. A circular saw tends to snap them on the back of the blade, they also disappear down between the blade & packing. A band saw will tend to take to the soft grain, giving inconsistent thickness. A normal wood working thicknesser no good at all. Using a belt sander upside down an adjustable roller is fitted near the end. The thicker strips cut on a saw is pushed through against the rotation of the drum. the results can be seen. Although the roller looks out of parallel in the photo it is not.