• Freud Premier Fusion Blade

    One Blade to Rule Them All? Looking for a great general-purpose blade for your table saw? The Freud Premier Fusion delivers amazing results at a… Read Full Tip

  • Magswitch Featherboards

    The Ultimate Featherboard. Attaching a featherboard to the table saw has always been a bit of a hassle — until now. See how this featherboard… Read Full Tip

  • Infeed Table Q&A, Part 2

    Kim and Dennis answer questions from viewers on how to adapt the quick-attach infeed table to saws with tubular steel or extruded aluminum rip fence… Read Full Tip

  • Table Saw Infeed Table

    Quick-Attach Table Saw Infeed Table. Add additional capacity to your table saw in seconds with a shop-built infeed table. Cut wider boards with the miter… Read Full Tip

  • All-in-One Saw Blade

    Can One Saw Blade Replace Three Blades? Combination saw blades have been around a long time, but few offer precision smooth cuts. The Forrest Woodworker… Read Full Tip

  • Push Stick or Push Block?

    Push Stick Versus Push Block, and the Winner is… One of the basic cuts on a table saw is a rip cut, which is cutting… Read Full Tip

  • Crosscuts on a Table Saw

    Get Accurate Crosscuts with a Shop-Made Miter Gauge Fence! Whenever you make a crosscut on the table saw, you want to use the miter gauge… Read Full Tip

  • Micro-Adjust Stop Block

    Dial-in the Perfect Length with a Micro-Adjust Screw. You’ve heard the old adage, measure twice, cut once. The idea is to make sure of your… Read Full Tip

  • Two Stop Blocks?

    Q&A with Don — A Stop Block for A Stop Block? Stop blocks make it easy to make repetitive cuts. But what happens when you… Read Full Tip

  • T-Track! Perfect for Shop Jigs

    T-Track! A Great Upgrade for Shop Jigs. Adding a stop block to a wooden fence is a great way to cut multiple workpieces all to… Read Full Tip