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Sure-Grip Jointer Pushstick

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Sure-Grip Jointer Pushstick

Sure-Grip Jointer Pushstick

The next time you're jointing wood, keep your hand safely above the fence and out of harm's way while applying even "down" pressure with this extra-tall pushstick. A notched bottom edge provides a needed grip for pushing the wood smoothly and effectively over your tool's knives. Copy the pattern for the handle, below, and follow the dimensions on the exploded view illustration, to construct the one-piece pushstick.

Sure-Grip Jointer Pushstick

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Comments (1)
seladon wrote:

Hi.From my (and others)experience, when you push the wood in the end section, it causes the part that already passed the jointer knives, to be raised a little from the plate, resulting the product to be a little bend, not completely straight. I use to push the wood, first, over the knives, and then, on the plate behind the knives. I am using a 60 grit(or even less) sanding paper glued to a piece of wood that have some kind of raised handle, the wood always comes very straight. Palti

7/28/2013 02:43:29 AM Report Abuse

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