Tablesaw Panel-Raising Fixture
I made this fixture to expedite making dozens of 1/2-in.-thick, red oak panels 1 ft. wide by 5 ft. tall.
The height of the sawblade and the slope of the fixture produces panels beveled at 7-1/2¡, with the shoulder of the field cut simultaneously. If you push the panels through carefully and use a high-quality carbide blade, you’ll produce panels virtually free of machine marks, requiring minimal sanding.
Warren W. Bender, Jr., Medford, N.Y.
Fine Woodworking Magazine, February 1988 No. 68