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    Push block

    Hi

    I made this simple push block to my table saw.
    Material is steel and polycarbonate.
    I think the idea can be seen from the pictures.

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    Thanks Tuomas! We've added your Push Block to our Table Saws category,
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    What a fine idea Toumas! I like that it's close to the fence and slides on the fence itself. What increments did you make your steps in the acrylic? They look to be about 1/4" (6mm)?? Thanks, Nice add on to your fine saw build! ~PJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJs View Post
    What a fine idea Toumas! I like that it's close to the fence and slides on the fence itself. What increments did you make your steps in the acrylic? They look to be about 1/4" (6mm)?? Thanks, Nice add on to your fine saw build! ~PJ
    Thank you. It has 5 mm increments. Here raw cut 2" x 4" is usually 50 x 100mm, fine cut is 48 x 98, same with other sizes. So i tought 5mm increments fits nicely.


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