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This inexpensive outfeed table would work with your tablesaw, radial arm saw, chop saw on both sides, even a drill press! Put legs on the sides with folding brackets and you could use it and then hang it out of the way.

One of the issues of using a table saw safely is that many of the things intended to keep us safe don’t work well when you really need them. Ripping thin pieces on the table saw is a good example. In our shop, we have an overhead guard with built in dust collection. It’s a nice piece of equipment until you get the fence close to the blade. As it …

Ripping Thin Stuff Safely

One of the issues of using a table saw safely is that many of the things intended to keep us safe don’t work well when you really need them. Ripping thin pieces on the table saw is a good example.

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