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If you think of your tablesaw as a machine for simply ripping or crosscutting, you're selling it short. To give you a fresh perspective, we mined the minds of the WOOD� magazine shop guys and unearthed their favorite time- and work-saving tablesaw tips. Here's a mother lode of helpful hints you can put to work in your shop today. Woodworking Table Saw, Woodworking Jigs, Woodworking Projects, Woodworking Equipment, Wood Magazine, Magazine Shop, Scie Diy, Woodworking Enthusiasts, Wood Jig

If you think of your tablesaw as a machine for simply ripping or crosscutting, you're selling it short. To give you a fresh perspective, we mined the minds of the WOOD magazine shop guys and unearthed their favorite time- and work-saving tablesaw tips.

Rather than buy a set of raised-panel router bits, I use this tall fence on my tablesaw. It’s simply a plywood box that slides on the rip fence. I use two bar clamps to hold my 3/4-in.-thick panel to the fence. The stop at the back of the jig also keeps the panel from shifting. To saw the bevel, I set the saw blade at 15 …

Raised-Panel Tablesaw Jig - The Woodworker's Shop - American Woodworker

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