Jan 19 , 2018

Never Use Just the Table Saw Fence to Crosscut Boards!

The Family HandymanNever Use Just the Table Saw Fence to Crosscut Boards! Instead, clamp a block that’s exactly 1-in. thick behind the saw blade. Set the fence to cut 1-in. longer than your desired final board length. Now you can cut multiple boards exactly the same length without any fear of kickback injuries.

 

Instead, clamp a block that’s exactly 1-in. thick behind the saw blade.

Set the fence to cut 1-in. longer than your desired final board length.

Now you can cut multiple boards exactly the same length without any fear of kickback injuries.

clamp a board to table saw fence

set blade to 1 in longer than desired length

crosscut on table saw safely

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