Easy Jig For Squaring Tablesaw Miter Gauge
Easy jig for squaring tablesaw miter gauge is article about Accessories bookmarked by warren with ID 11495104677 was uploaded on 16-01-2019 and has been viewed 274,051 times.
I used to use a framing square against the blade to set my tablesaw's miter gauge to 90°, but I found this method awkward because you have to rotate the blade or raise its height to make sure the square isn't touching the teeth.
This jig makes it easier.Rip a snug-fitting runner for the right-side miter-gauge slot and attach it to a piece of 1/2-in.MDF that extends past the blade.Push the MDF through the saw to cut off the excess, and you have a perfect reference surface for setting the miter gauge.
Now I use a large plastic drafting triangle, which is easier, lighter, and more accurate than a framing square...