A table saw isn’t a difficult thing to put together, necessarily, you can have one up in just a few minutes if you really want to. You can add accessories though, to make it a bit more functional. The accessories can make it more convenient as well as safer to use when you are building things. There are ways to make it so you won’t cut your fingers when you are using the table saw.
- A tablesaw crosscut sled helps ensure precise, true and consistent angles.
- Acting as a third hand, a featherboard improves accuracy and consistency while preventing kickback.
- Tapered legs are attractive, and a tapering jig reduces the challenge of cutting them.
“Eliminate tearout, reduce the chances of kickback, and solve the problem of a throat plate that gets jammed with little offcuts by making your own zero-clearance tablesaw inserts.”