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By Wayne Barton

Utilizing no less than instruments, a person can speedy create attractive carvings. beautiful styles, lettering types, and designs for jewellery containers, humidors, chair backs, buttons, shingles, extra. Many photographs, styles, diagrams. “The best possible in ornamental taste.”—Popular Woodworker. “The so much informative publication ever... superbly illustrated.”—Chip Chats.

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I'll discuss zero-clearance throat plates, aftermarket miter gauges, crosscut sleds, commercial sliding table add-ons, and feed supports. 28 (p. 48) Covering the entire arena of commercial offerings is beyond the scope of this book, but I'll show you a good representative sample of what's available these days. In addition, I'll provide step-by-step instructions for making some of these accessories yourself. Of course there is also a wide range of tablesaw jigs for making joints and shaping pieces, but I'll cover those in Sections 10 and 11.

Finish up by cutting the splitter slot with a jigsaw (D). On many saws, the teeth of an installed blade reach nearly to the saw table surface, which prevents a zero-clearance insert from fully seating in the recess in order to cut the blade slot. The easiest approach is to begin the cut with a smaller blade, such as the outer blade from a stack dado that matches the tooth width of your standard blade. Install the dado blade, clamp the throat plate in its recess, then raise the blade until it just breaks the surface of the plate.

Also make the guard block, orienting the grain vertica lly for a long grain to long grain glue joint with the fence. Attach the brace to the panel with countersunk screws, avoiding the blade's path (B). Place the runners in their slots, shimming them so they're flush with the tabletop, then place the panel on top of them. For shims, use plastic laminate, dimes, or whatever works. Bring the rip fence (text continues on p. 42) Ac ce sso r i es 41 over aga inst the side of the pane l, and use it to he lp position the pane l in relation to the blade.

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