Table Saw Jigs Part 1
This is just PART 1 of the Ultimate Table Saw Jigs collection that I've put together. Jigs are such an important part in the wood shop and are essential when you're looking for consistency, repeat-ability, and ease of a specific task. A good jig is one that isn't too complex but can tremendously simplify a given process, and I think I've got three here that fit this bill. The first three jigs that I'd like to show you in this video are the
- Thin Strip Jig
- Fisher's Crosscut Sled
- Miter Sled Attachment
This document contains detailed step-by-step instructions on building the three jigs that are depicted in the "Shop Work: Ultimate Table Saw Jigs Part 1" video on Fisher's Shop YouTube channel. Haven't seen the video? Here's a link to it!
The plans have lists of required basic tools, power tools, and materials needed. There are 1:1 stencils you can print out for certain pieces, thorough explanations of each step, and plenty of diagrams and pictures to help you along the way. All in all, it's 41 pages of awesomeness. Be sure to check out Part 2 and Part3 for more jigs that you need in your shop as well!
Extras that are included for free are plans and instructions to build the wooden T-track flip-stop as well as the wooden hold-down clamps that can be seen in the video!
This document is a PDF and readable using Adobe Acrobat Reader or other PDF-compatible viewers.
All measurements are in Imperial format only!