Table Saw Shop Tour

Table Saw Tour

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 Welcome to my table saw area, lets take a look at some of the things I use.

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I keep several blank inserts at the ready. I can quickly grab one and make a new Zero clearance insert.
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I use the Incra Miter Gauge 1000HD, It’s fully adjustable and the best part is, that it was a gift from the wife last Christmas.
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Dado Blade setup story pole, I guess that what you would call it!
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I Use the factory Delta fence and on the end of the table saw I have installed a router table.
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I have video on this jig. I use it for quick and easy evenly spaced dados. Check out this link.
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This jig is used to make repeatable 60 degree staves for snow flake making. Here’s a link to see how it works
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The 45 degree miter setup jig is a great addition to picture frame making. Here is a link to see how to build it.
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On the router lift there is a nut that I can turn to lower and raise the router.
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 My router table fence is homemade and equipped with a runner to mount a stop blocks and more.
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The fence can be clamped to the table saw fence and adjusted by sliding it back and forth.
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Homemade router lift, the design is from Steve Ramsey router table builds. Go check that out, if you haven’t seen it.
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The worst part about the table saw is the location of the motor. It causes the saw to vibrate and it makes it hard to get good dust collection.
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Final picture of the whole saw area. Thanks for making it to the end