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Top 81 Table Saws Projects

  1. 46. Using a Crosscut Jig

    DIY host David Thiel explains tips for adding a crosscut table in order to cut large pieces of plywood.

  2. 47. Gravity Rise Table Saw Stand (01:04)

    The Bosch Gravity Rise TS3000 stand fits most major brands of table saw.

  3. 48. Fence Extension and Stop Block (05:40)

    Create two versatile accessories for your table saw.

  4. 49. How to Square Wood on a Table Saw

    Cutting the ends of two boards that have been joined together to create an even edge isn't always easy. Here, DIY experts demonstrate h...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  5. 50. The Top 3 Bench Tools for Your Workshop

    DIY Network talks about the basic bench tools for outfitting a home workshop.

  6. 51. Adjustable Outfeed Table (04:53)

    Build your own out-feed extension table suitable for use with a table saw.

  7. 52. How to Make a Wooden Bowl

    A guide that makes a table saw's blade contact only the center portion of a cylindrical piece of wood will create a dished effect. Thes...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  8. 53. How to Use a Rip Fence System

    For projects that require faithful measurements, consider installing a precision rip fence system. Host David Thiel offers information ...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  9. 54. Sawstop (00:03:35)

    Check out this extra-safe table saw designed to help you keep your digits.

  10. 55. How to Cut Coves on a Table Saw

    Cutting coves is usually completed on a shaper, but with a few pointers from DIY experts, cove cuts can be made on a table saw.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  11. 56. Shop Multipurpose Tool

    DIY Network shows how the homeowners and workshop enthusiasts can use the shop multi-tool. See how this multipurpose tool's attachments...

  12. 57. Cool Tools

    DIY experts demonstrate a couple of cool tools, including a device that makes changing blades on the table saw much simpler.

  13. 58. Great Jig Shortcut (03:26)

    Make your own cross-cut sled jig to add more stability to your table saw.

  14. 59. Using a Roller Stand and Outfeed Table

    DIY experts offer tips on creating a support system for long pieces of wood.

  15. 60. How To Cut a Lock Joint

    Follow these steps to make a lock joint.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard

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