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Table Saw Jig Collection

A Couple of Easy Safety Handles

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Table Saw Jig Collection - Safety Handles

 Table Saw Sled with Tenoning Jig

Keep your hands clear of the workpiece!

Table saws can be extremely dangerous. This is especially true when working with smaller workpieces. That's why you need to keep your hands well clear of the blade at all times.

These two handles not only make a convenient way to push the sled while sawing, they keep your hand well away from the blade too. Different types of cuts require the handle to be in different positions on the Table Saw Sled.
  • The Front Handle is handy when using your Table Saw Sled to make cross cuts or when clamping a workpiece in a side to side direction. With these types of cuts, there tends to be extra space at the front of the sled.
  • The Side Handle is typically used when making rip cuts or when using the Taper Jig accessory. With these types of cuts, there tends to be extra space at the side of the sled.