Tablesaw Accessories

Tablesaws are central to many woodworking shops, and a long list of accessories make these versatile tools even more useful, and safer, than they already are. What Counts: • An accessory must fit your saw • Sturdy and accurateGuiding work on the rip
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  • Image not availableThroat Plate No. 100-335

    by Bill Peck

    Infinity Tools is now selling a zero-clearance throat plate for SawStop tablesaws ($110, infinitytools.com, No. 100-335). The aluminum plate has replaceable melamine-covered ...

  • Image not availableGrr-Rip Push Block

    by Thomas McKenna

    A push pad or block is essential to working safely on the jointer or router table. For years, I’ve used inexpensive foam-backed versions that I buy online. These ...

  • Riving-knife retrofit not an option for most tablesawsQ & A: Riving-knife retrofit not an option for most tablesaws

    by John White

  • Checking a Miter Gauge for SquarenessTip: Checking a Miter Gauge for Squareness

    by Bill Wilson

  • Better Crosscuts on the TablesawVideo: Better Crosscuts on the Tablesaw

    with Asa Christiana

    Get a sneak peak at JessEM's sliding table attachment for cabinet and contractor tablesaws

  • Tenoning JigsTenoning Jigs

    by Strother Purdy

    Many woodworkers find they can produce the most consistent tenons with the use of a tenoning jig on a tablesaw. Such a jig holds the workpiece square to the table ...

  • Tool Test: Replacement Miter GaugesTool Test: Replacement Miter Gauges

    by Tim Albers

    Tim Albers, a woodworker and machine refurbisher, put 10 replacement miter gauges to the test. He tried out the traditional protractor head, the Incra products ...

  • Tablesaw Splitters and Blade CoversTablesaw Splitters and Blade Covers

    by Kelly Mehler

    Standard tablesaw guard systems fall short for Kelly Mehler, and he reviews three add-on splitters and six blade covers to see how convenient, affordable, durable, ...

  • Large-Capacity Sliding TablesLarge-Capacity Sliding Tables

    by Kelly Mehler

    Kelly Mehler evaluates three large-scale tables that ease the strain of crosscutting safely and accurately. These are designed for use with American-style tablesaws ...

  • Aftermarket Tablesaw Fence SystemsAftermarket Tablesaw Fence Systems

    by Jefferson Kolle

    Fine Woodworking’s Jefferson Kolle writes that all a tablesaw fence has to do is lock parallel to the blade. Simple function, but a complicated procedure. Kolle ...

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Infinity Cutting Tools - Throat Plate No. 100-335

(1 user review)

The aluminum plate has replaceable melamine-covered MDF inserts

Micro Jig - Grr-Rip Push Block

(4 user reviews)

The block has hooks on each end that automatically lower to lip over and grab the back end of a workpiece

MiterSet - Miter Gauge Setting Jig

(2 user reviews)

The MiterSet jig helps you set a standard tablesaw miter gauge to any angle up to 55° in 1/2° increments

Magswitch Technology Inc. - Pro Magnet Featherboard

(1 user review)

The Magswitch featherboard mounts anywhere using a knob that activates or deactivates the magnets that hold it in place

Bench Dog - Push-Loc Push Stick

Bench Dog's off-set handle push stick is designed easy clearance when ripping on the tablesaw

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