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Make your own safety push sticks, push blocks, and feather boards. Push sticks help keep your fingers away from the table saw blade. Also useful for the jointer, shaper and router table.
Taper jigs do not get much more basic than this hold-down taper jig. Build the plywood base and hardwood hold downs. Then, mark the angled cut line(s) on your workpiece. Position the rip fence so the ...
This seven pack of plans will help you get the most use out of your tablesaw. First is the Precision Miter Stop which you can make in minutes and use as a lifetime addition to your shop. Next is the...
For cutting long or wide stock on your tablesaw, this simple jig is like having another pair of hands. With a long, wide base securely anchored to a 20 inch long miter gauge slot guide bar, this cross...
The most useful tool in our shop is the tablesaw. Here is a simple-to-build jig that makes cutting chip-free crosscuts a breeze.
Setting up for perfect miter cuts can be time consuming. With a miter sled, you do it only once.
Tight-fitting joints are a snap on any saw when using this sturdy but adjustable jig. Use it to cut tenons, half-laps, and bridle joints.
This No Tilt Bevel Sled helps you cut precise 45 degree bevels without having to tilt the blade. This is a real advantage on a benchtop saw where fine-tuning blade tilt can be difficult.
Use this simple jig to align both your tablesaw blade and rip fence for clean, accurate cuts.
Ripping thin strips can be dangerous if not done correctly. This rip-fence saddle supports the stock being ripped and keeps your fingers safely away from the blade.
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