For accuracy, you must clamp your workpiece!
Jigs are the craftsman's secret to precision woodworking. Anytime you can make a jig to hold
your work pecisely for a specific cut, it'll come out right every single time!
Table saw blades always tend to move the wood while the cut is being made.
This is why it is so difficult to get accurate angle cuts with a table saw.
For really precise work you need to:
- Make or buy a table saw sled that enables you to poistion your workpiece accurately for
- Securely clamp your workpiece in place so it will not move while the cut is being
- Keep your hands safely away from the blade.
With this table saw sled and the accompaning accessories, you can position a variety of workpieces
shapes and sizes in the precise position you need. The T-track enables you to
securely clamp your workpieces.
Drill Press Table
Table Saw Sled
Pocket Hole Jig
A drill press table with t-track and and t-track clamps enables the work piece to be securely
held in place.
Similarly, a table saw sled with t-track and versatile clamps enables the highest degree of accuracy on the
For clamping work pieces in a vertical position on your table saw, you need a solid tenoning
jig. A tenoning jig enables precision cuts on the edges of your workpiece.
Pocket hole joinery makes an easy, accurate, and strong wood joint. Like the above
jigs, a well equipped wood shop should include a good pocket hole jig.