February 8, 2017
Increase the precision of crosscuts and tablesawn joinery
Stop blocks help you cut parts more accurately and more consistently. Bob shows you why you need to use stop blocks more often in your shop.
March 25, 2015
I made Bob Van Dyke’s L-fence for my tablesaw (“The Incredible L-Fence,” FWW #237), and I love the versatility—I use it all the time. I modified mine to make it…
October 1, 2014
I used to use a framing square against the blade to set my tablesaw’s miter gauge to 90°, but I found this method awkward because you have to rotate the…
July 30, 2014
Build a simple tablesaw fence accessory that handles a wide variety of joinery cuts
This clever jig might just be the ultimate tablesaw rip fence accessory
I created this jig to straighten curved boards and to cut tapers, and I’ve found it to be one of the handiest jigs in my shop. Cut the base to…
April 17, 2013
When it came time to outfit my Not-So-Big-Workbench with drawers, I knew right off the bat that box joint joinery was the way to go. Once you set up the…
December 5, 2012
Learn how to cut better, faster through-dovetails using your tablesaw and a standard rip blade
November 13, 2012
When making a large number of tote boxes with dowel handles, I needed a quick way to put a crisp, uniform chamfer on the dowel ends. I made this simple…
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