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This Do-it-yourself projects category features a collection of DIY free woodworking plans to build many types of tablesaw accessories from woodworking related web sites. The woodworkers construction information found on these sites range in quantity and quality.

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free plans woodworking resource from Google 3D - panel jig,sketchup,Google 3D,3-D warehouse,workshops,tablesaw,table saw,,drawings,free woodworking plans,projects,do it yourself,woodworkers Tablesaw Panel Jig 
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a panel jig for cutting large panels. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
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free plans woodworking resource from WOOD Magazine - tablesaw cutting jigs,tenons,cheek cuts,free woodworking plans,projects Tablesaw Rip Fence Saddle 
Build this auxiliary wood fence and mating saddle for supporting stiles and other workpieces, as shown in the photo.
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free plans woodworking resource from Fine Woodworking - tablesaw,table saw,routers,tables,dust collection,worktables,DIY instructions,free woodworking plans,do it yourself,woodworkers,how to build,tools Tablesaw Router Combo PDF 
...I solved the problem with an auxiliary fence that is simple to build, fast to put on and take off, and gives a neat way to collect dust at the source.
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free plans woodworking resource from RunnerDuck - free plans projects patterns woodworking Tablesaw Sled 
Table Saw Sleds are great for making accurate cuts. They are also really good for making set ups for repeatable cuts. We think you will find this an easy yet great addition to your woodshop tools.
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free plans woodworking resource from DoIt101 - free woodworking plans projects patterns panel cutting tablesaws jigs Tablesaw Sled 
Making cross-cuts or trimming panels is much easier to do with a sled, it does not have to be fancy, just accurate. There are two basic designs, one runs beside the blade, like this one, the other runs on both sides of the blade. I like this one because it is simple to build and I think safer than the other style, the blade guard can still be used.
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free plans woodworking resource from FamilyHandyman - tablesaw jigs,tablesaw sleds,cut accurately,workshop jigs,DIY instructions,do it yourself,free woodworking plans,woodworkers projects,plans for how to build,DIY tools,diy networks,home remodeling,home Tablesaw Sled 
If you own a table saw, you know it works great for ripping long pieces. But did you know that you can crosscut wide pieces with the same ease and accuracy? All it takes is a table saw sled.
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free plans woodworking resource from Fine Woodworking - tablesaw,free woodworking plans,projects,jigs,sleds,table saw,miters,do it yourself,woodworkers Tablesaw Sled 
Here is a quick-to-make miter sled that I use all the time (it tookabout 5 minutes to make this one). It is a snap to set the fence accurately. And it always cuts perfect case miters.
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free plans woodworking resource from WoodworkingTips - tablesaws free plans projects patterns woodworking tools Tablesaw Splitter 
Using a splitter is a good idea any time you need to rip a board on the table saw.
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free plans woodworking resource from TheWoodshop - free woodworking plans projects tools workshops table saws Tablesaw Splitter 
I know I am not alone in my disregard for the splitter/blade guard assemblies that come with most table saws. The splitters are flimsy, the blade guards are always in the way, etc. I am sure I am also not alone in my penchant for working in the shop beyond...
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free plans woodworking resource from WOOD Magazine - tablesaw,tenoning,jigs,cutting,free woodworking plans,projects Tablesaw Tenoning Jig 
You need a dependable jig for cutting shoulders and cheeks of tenons, this jig shows you how to build one at minimal expense. We designed it to clamp the workpiece in place and ride flush against the rip fence.
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free plans woodworking resource from IBuildIt - table saws,jigs,crosscut jigs,diy,free woodworking plans,free projects,do it yourself Wide Panel Crosscut Jig 
Follow along at the link and build your own wide panel crosscut jig for your table saw.
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free plans woodworking resource from ShopNotes - workshops,workstation,tablesaws,table saws,accessories,free woodworking plans,projects,patterns Workstation Accessories 
Improve accuracy and increase rip capacity with these handy accessories for the Table Saw Workstation. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
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free plans woodworking resource from WOOD Magazine - free woodworking plans,projects,patterns,tablesaw,inserts,zero clearance Zero Clearance Insert 
To make clean, chip-free, cross-grain cuts in veneered materials with your dado sets, use this zero-clearance insert in your tablesaw.
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free plans woodworking resource from ShopNotes - zero-clearance flush cutting tear out tablesaws accessories inserts free woodworking plans projects patterns Zero Clearance Insert Online Video 
Making a Zero-Clearance Insert - While an auxiliary fence prevents tearout along the back edge of a workpiece, it does not help along the bottom face. As the blade exits the bottom of the workpiece, the teeth can cause tearout, especially with the wide opening in most table saw inserts. If you need a clean cut along both faces of a workpiece, the solution is a zero-clearance insert.
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free plans woodworking resource from WoodworkingTips - free plans projects patterns woodworking Zero Clearance Insert Plate 
Most table saw inserts have wide throat openings around the saw blade. This makes it all too easy for narrow cutoffs to fall in the opening and possibly bind against the blade. In addition, there is often chipout along the bottom face where the workpiece is not supported. To solve these problems, I like to use a zero-clearance insert. But...
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free plans woodworking resource from ShopNotes - free woodworking plans projects patterns plates Zero Clearance Insert, Making A 
In Shop Notes issue 90, you will find an article about making tough table saw cuts easily. One of those tough cuts is cutting thin strips. Part of the problem is the opening around the blade on a stock table saw insert. It is too wide. Narrow strips could fall into it. That could ruin the piece or even worse, kick back at you. An easy-to-make zero clearance insert is the solution. This link provides an online video.
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free plans woodworking resource from WoodSmith - free woodworking plans projects patterns tablesaw adapters inserts flushcutting Zero-Clearance Dado Insert (Video) 
Start with a blank the same thickness as the throat plate of your saw. Then use a pencil to trace the outline of the plate onto the blank...
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video woodworking resource from Woodsmith - table saw,insert,videos,cutting,free woodworking plans,projects,patterns Zero-Clearance Insert (video) 
The opening in a zero-clearance insert is just a single saw kerf. And this gives you two main benefits. First, it prevents tearout along the cut line because the cut is supported on both sides. Second, it provides an added measure of safety when ripping thin pieces.
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free plans woodworking resource from WoodworkingTips - free woodworking plans projects Zero-Clearance Jig Ensures Safe, Smooth Cuts 
Recently, I was building a project that required cutting inch wide grooves centered on the edge of some thick frame pieces. I mounted an inch dado blade in the table saw, and installed a dado blade insert. The only problem was the opening around the blade seemed huge. So big, in fact, I was concerned that the workpiece might actually tip down into the opening. That led me to build an L-shaped accessory that attaches to the rip fence on the table saw.
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