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Finger-Saving Push Blocks

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Put the pushsticks to use

Put the pushsticks to use

Paired with a feather board, Carol's narrow-stock pushstick [Photo A] helps you control small pieces. The vertical pushstick [Photo B] supports the ends of tall pieces.

"I use this handle design at my tablesaw and jointer, too," Carol advises. After you chew up the sole and heel, send it through the jointer and attach new pieces.

"And don't think of just 3/4"-thick material," Carol says. "I have safely routed thinner stock with 3/8" pushsticks and a little heel."

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Comments (2)
waegele wrote:

DIANA.PUEPPKE, if you click the small pic it blows up to something that you should be able to read.

3/26/2016 11:04:07 PM Report Abuse

The dimensions shown in the pictures on how to build the jigs are so blurry, even when you maximize, they are illegible. Useless in building the jig.

7/17/2015 12:40:09 PM Report Abuse

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