A mobile base, fold-up wings, plus infeed and outfeed support — this project gives a small saw big-time features.
Versatile add-ons increase accuracy, improve safety, and help you get the most from your table saw.
Three jigs in one. Cut long angle on a workpiece, perfect and consistent tapers, or rip a straight edge on rough-sawn lumber.
Perfect box joints every time? With this fully adjustable table saw jig, now it’s possible.
Here are three easy-to-build storage systems that protect your saw blades while also keeping them well organized.
Cutting thin strips is a challenge. This simple shop-made jig and a few tips and techniques will guarantee safe, accurate results.
This table saw tenon jig holds a workpiece vertically or at an angle and adjusts to fit any rip fence.
Use your dado blade to build its own storage case and keep everything organized and protected.
This jig has an indexing feature that allows you to cut perfect-fitting tenons every time, without having to set up the jig each time you use it.
This easy-to-build project makes it a snap to cut thin and small parts accurately and safely.
Cut through dovetails on the table saw? You bet. It’s quick, easy, and accurate.
Turn an ordinary contractor’s-style table saw into a versatile joinery, assembly, clamping, and routing station.
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