Want to make your tablesaw accomplish even more? Fit it with a jig or two for increased cutting and joinery capabilities. Many jigs take less than an hour or two to build and can be used for a lifetime.
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For those that don't have a lathe, there are jigs that can be built in order to turn a bowl on a table saw. You have to be sure to design and build the jig correctly, and have it where it will be securely locked onto the table saw itself.
Build these simple table saw sleds and make perfectly square cross cuts and flawless miter cuts in both small and wide boards. You only need a sheet of or plywood, particle board or MDF, some glue and a few hours time.