Shop Jig Safety Is All About Putting Some Distance Between Your Body Parts And The Sharp Metal Bits That Shape Wood
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Push Block System Illustration by James Provost Supply Checklist• 1/2" Baltic birch ply approximately 9" x 28"• Scrap piece of 3" x 10" hardwood• Ten #8 - 1" brass screws• Four 3/8" x 1" dowels• Paste wax This push block is comfortable and easy to use, and incorporates a carriage that rides on the rip fence so you can rip narrow pieces safely.
A series of notches cut into the leading edge of the carriage serve as hold downs for common stock thicknesses.One side has 1/4", 1/2", and 1" graduations while the opposite side has notches for 3/4" and 1 1/2" stock.
Change these dimensions to suite the stock thickness you normally use.This version is made from 1/2" Baltic birch plywood and is sized to fit a Biesemeyer fence.Adjust your measurements accordingly to fit the fence on your saw.
Making the Jig• Cut the pieces for the base (A) and the stop block (B).• Raise the table saw blade about 1/8" above the table and use a series of cuts to create a ledge to mount the stop block in.
Glue and clamp the stop block in place.• Use a scroll saw to cut the handle (C) from some scrap hardwood, and...