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4 Band Saw or Table Saw Fence Clamp Router Table Miter Saw Stop Block | eBay

Popular Woodworking Magazinefrom Popular Woodworking Magazine

Four Free Woodworking Tips from the Magazine

Need a quick and precise way to set the fence on your router table, mortiser, drill press table saw or band saw but don’t have those fancy set-up blocks? Yes, you do – your drill bits. Just choose the appropriate-size bit and use it as a spacer to set the fence. It also works for setting a precise distance on components of your projects

This jig is one I'm actually not going to use for the table saw but rather for the bandsaw. I always feel a bit nervous when I'm re-sawing and pushing the board with my fingertips. A horizontal sliding catch made of acrylic or hardboard on the back side would prevent the blade from cutting off the hook every time.

Rockler Woodworking and Hardwarefrom Rockler Woodworking and Hardware

Router Table Basics - A Quick Tour of Router Table Techniques

Router Table Basics - A Quick Tour of Router Table Techniques / Rockler How-to

Table Saw Sled - Keyed Miters. Cut slots for splines in picture frames, boxes, anything with a mitered joint.

Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makersfrom Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers

Building Your Own Wooden Workbench

Workbench with built-in table saw and router locations.

Popular Woodworking Magazinefrom Popular Woodworking Magazine

Cutting Plywood Without a Table Saw

Cutting Plywood Without a Table Saw - Popular Woodworking Magazine