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A story board for your table saw. Set your fence for the appropriate cut, then run this jig through it for a couple of inches. Makes setting it up again quick, simple, and repeatable. Dont forget to label each cut.

A story board for your table saw. Set your fence for the appropriate cut, then run this jig through it for a couple of inches. Makes setting it up again quick, simple, and repeatable. Dont forget to label each cut. - My Woodworking Shed

A story board for your table saw. Set your fence for the appropriate cut, then run this jig through it for a couple of inches. Makes setting it up again quick, simple, and repeatable. Dont forget to label each cut. - My Woodworking Shed

A story board for your table saw. Set your fence for the appropriate cut, then run this jig through it for a couple of inches. Makes setting it up again quick, simple, and repeatable. Dont forget to label each cut. - My Woodworking Shed

Getting accuracy and performance out of your table saw is dependent on how well you have it tuned and calibrated. Fortunately, a wealth of information exists on this topic. Unfortunately, many of those guides have you use expensive jigs, fixtures, and measuring tools to make your saw cut square and true. While this is very nice and quite precise, it's overkill for many of us. The truth is that no matter how well your saw is adjusted, if anything is out of alignment you'll be able to tell…

Tune Up Your Table Saw With a 2x4

Getting accuracy and performance out of your table saw is dependent on how well you have it tuned and calibrated. Fortunately, a wealth of information exists on

Cutting thin strips. 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.:

Table Saw Tips and Tricks

Well show you handy tips and techniques for using your table saw. Use these accessories to help you make clean, straight and safe cuts on your next woodworking project. Youll be able to cut extra long, extra wide and extra thick wood without any problems.

Tips for Tight Miters and Miter Cuts | The Family Handyman

Tips for Tight Miters and Miter Cuts

Horizontal Router Table Plans - Router Tips, Jigs and Fixtures | WoodArchivist.com

Horizontal Router Table Plans - Router Tips, Jigs and Fixtures | WoodArchivist.com

Here is a quick video showing how I make my drawers 99 times out of 100. This is an easy process using pocket hole screws and a floating bottom. I have never had a problem with this drawer construc...

Make Quick, Strong, Easy Drawers – Jays Custom Creations ** I'm going to need this, think the cubby upstairs will become a built-in set of drawers

How to Cut Finger and Box Joints for Simple Projects with a Jig. Rockler.com Woodworking Tools

How to Cut Finger and Box Joints for Simple Projects with a Router or Table Saw Jig

How to Cut Finger and Box Joints for Simple Projects with a Jig. Rockler.com Woodworking Tools

Quick-Locking Stop Block - Table Saw Tips, Jigs and Fixtures | WoodArchivist.com

Quick-Locking Stop Block - Table Saw Tips, Jigs and Fixtures | WoodArchivist.com

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Building a Shop-Made Table Saw Dovetail Sled Jig

How to Build a Table Saw Dovetail Joint Sled Jig - Free Woodworking Plans chest of drawers plan woodworking

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