Workshop Tablesaw Accessories This Do-it-yourself projects category features a collection of DIY free woodworking plans to build many types of tablesaw accessories from woodworking related web sites. The woodworkers construction information found on these sites range in quantity
Location
Home / Resources / Free Woodworking Plans, Projects and Patterns / Workshop Tablesaw Accessories

Workshop Tablesaw Accessories

Workshop Tablesaw Accessories

This Do-it-yourself projects category features a collection of DIY free woodworking plans to build many types of tablesaw accessories from woodworking related web sites. The woodworkers construction information found on these sites range in quantity and quality.

Sponsored Ad
Resources
1-30
31-60
61-90 91-93
Table Saw Insert,One-Size-Fits-All

Switching between a standard blade and a dado blade on the table saw also means switching the throat insert. On top of that, different size dado blades require matching zero-clearance inserts. So rather than keep a stack of inserts on hand, I came up with a shop-made, one-size-fits-all insert.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Table Saw Splitter

Over the previous few months I had become convinced of the need to have a splitter on my table saw.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
Art Mulder
Panel Cutting Table

It hit me that his Panel Cutting Table was really what I needed. Most of us have built or used something similar to Garys cutting table, it was his simple procedure for lifting the material onto the table that I had never thought of. Ingenious.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
TheWoodShop
Jig, Table Saw - Free Online Video

The Pencil Post Bed featured in Woodsmith No. 153 has posts that are over six and a half feet long. This jig makes cutting tapers and chamfers on those legs a whole lot easier. Although the jig is rather large, it is simple to make. You will find the instructions in the issue. The jig rides along the rip fence of the table saw to carry the leg past the blade. An indexing system makes it easy to rotate the leg precisely to cut both the tapers and the chamfers.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
Woodsmith Magazine
Ripping Blocks

This pair of handheld blocks will provide an added measure of safety and even increase your productivity.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WOOD Magazine
Jig, Auxiliary Fence

Recently, when tuning up my table saw, I discovered that the face of the rip fence was not square to the saw table. And there was no way to adjust it to remedy the problem. Rather than admit defeat, I decided to add an auxiliary fence to the rip fence that could be easily adjusted.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Zero-Clearance Dado Insert (Video)

Start with a blank the same thickness as the throat plate of your saw. Then use a pencil to trace the outline of the plate onto the blank...

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
Woodsmith Magazine
Tablesaw Splitter

Using a splitter is a good idea any time you need to rip a board on the table saw.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Tablesaw Cord Cleat

Whenever I would unplug my table saw, the loose cord left me hanging, so to speak. I did not want to leave it lying on the floor, in harms way, but I had no easy way to keep it contained. Eventually, I put a little idle shop time to good use and came up with the solution you see in the photo.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Table Saw Pattern Cutting (Video)

Need help making hard-to-cut, identical parts? The secret is pattern cutting on the table saw. Scroll down to Issue No. 81. Presented in Flash Video and Windows Media.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
ShopNotes
Sponsored Ad
Zero-Clearance Insert (video)

The opening in a zero-clearance insert is just a single saw kerf. And this gives you two main benefits. First, it prevents tearout along the cut line because the cut is supported on both sides. Second, it provides an added measure of safety when ripping thin pieces.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
Woodsmith Magazine
Table Saw Extension

Build these two saw table extensions that will allow you to rip those 4 x 8 panels on your small table saw.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
Wayneofthewoods
Gauge Block PDF

The Gauge Block has been a very popular article. Many have asked for plans for the project so I decided to draw them up and offer the Gauge Block plan set as the Free Sample.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
NewWoodworker
Featherboard

Follow along at the link and build your own wide sliding featherboard.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
AtelierDuBricoleur
Outfeed Roller Adjustable

I like to use outfeed support when working with long stock. The problem is the support is never in the place I need it. So I built an adjustable outfeed roller and attached it to a small, roll-around shop cabinet.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Zero-Clearance Jig Ensures Safe, Smooth Cuts

Recently, I was building a project that required cutting inch wide grooves centered on the edge of some thick frame pieces. I mounted an inch dado blade in the table saw, and installed a dado blade insert. The only problem was the opening around the blade seemed huge. So big, in fact, I was concerned that the workpiece might actually tip down into the opening. That led me to build an L-shaped accessory that attaches to the rip fence on the table saw.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Cut-Off Sled Hold-Down

One of the problems using a cut-off sled is that as the workpieces get shorter, your fingers get closer and closer to the blade. To solve this problem, I simply added a hold-down to the sled.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
Woodworking Tips
Tablesaw Cut-Off Boxes

Tablesaw cut-off boxes make safe, precise crosscuts, even on long or wide stock.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
American Woodworker
Rip Fence Setup Gauge

When trying to make very accurate cuts with my rip fence, I used to check the distance between the fence and my saw blade with a tape measure. But trying to hold the end of the tape against the rip fence and adjust it at the same time took more coordination than I could muster. So instead I made a simple set-up gauge for my rip fence.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Infeed Support Arms

At the link you will find instructions as well as a short video so you can build your own table saw infeed support arms.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
JaysCustomCreations
Sponsored Ad
Tablesaw Fence Extension

What do you do when the length of the cut extends beyond the face of the miter gauge?

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WOOD Magazine
Tablesaw Sled

Table Saw Sleds are great for making accurate cuts. They are also really good for making set ups for repeatable cuts. We think you will find this an easy yet great addition to your woodshop tools.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
RunnerDuck
Tablesaw Splitter

I know I am not alone in my disregard for the splitter/blade guard assemblies that come with most table saws. The splitters are flimsy, the blade guards are always in the way, etc. I am sure I am also not alone in my penchant for working in the shop beyond...

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
TheWoodshop
Magnetic Stop Block, Tablesaw

...recently, I came up with an idea that avoids the hassle of fiddling around with clamps. Instead I use a magnetic stop block. It is just a hardwood block with a pair of small magnetic catches inserted into one edge...

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Workstation Accessories

Improve accuracy and increase rip capacity with these handy accessories for the Table Saw Workstation. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
ShopNotes
Tablesaw Fence Sled, Multi Purpose

When it comes to cutting tenons on the end of a workpiece, I usually use the table saw fitted with a dado blade. The problem with this method is that the cheeks of the tenons can end up pretty rough.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WoodworkingTips
Table Saw Sled

A table saw sled makes cross cuts fast, safe and very accurate. They are useful for trimming sheet goods, mitering small pieces, making repetitive cuts and more.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
OneProjectCloser
Rack, Blade

Keep your blades sharp, safe, and ready for action with this wall-mounted system.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
WOOD Magazine
Tablesaw Sled

If you own a table saw, you know it works great for ripping long pieces. But did you know that you can crosscut wide pieces with the same ease and accuracy? All it takes is a table saw sled.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
FamilyHandyman
Tablesaw Frame and Panel Jig

The tablesaw and a couple of jigs are all you need to make excellent frame and panel doors and cabinet parts. This jig does the job safely and precisely.

Link Type:
free plans
Link Source:
American Woodworker
Resources
1-30
31-60
61-90 91-93
Sponsored Ad

Free Woodworking Plan Pages

Sponsored Ad
Resources & Free Plans

Since 1998, we have curated the Internet's largest online woodworking resources database.

Our pre-approved, hand-picked DIY project resources are updated daily. We work hard to ensure our database contains only safe, accurate woodworking desitnations for woodworkers and hobby crafters.

Visit Resources & Free Plans

Banner Adverts
Kneeling Soldier at Fallen Soldiers Cross Yard Art Silhouette Pattern
A Soliders Memorial Yard Art Woodworking Pattern.
Saluting Soldier Silhouette Full Size Yard Art Woodworking Pattern
Remember 9-11 Adirondack Chair Woodworking Plan.
Canadian Soldiers Memorial Yard Art Woodworking Pattern
Momma Sasquatch and Littlefoot Yard Art Woodworking Pattern
Maritime Bar Stool and Lifeguard Chair plans
Card File Octagon Cabinet
Your Free Woodworking Plans and Projects Search Engine Since 1998
Your Account
WoodworkersWorkshop
Your Cart
Your Cart: Empty
Search
© 1998-2022 WoodworkersWorkshop, all rights reserved worldwide.
Software: Kryptronic eCommerce, Copyright 1999-2022 Kryptronic, Inc. Exec Time: 0.2274 Seconds Memory Usage: 5.835159 Megabytes
Kryptronic