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Amp-up Your Table Saw with Top Accessories

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Old Delta Unisaw

Even an old beater can perform like a high-performance machine if you trick it out properly.

For most woodworkers, the shop revolves around the tablesaw. So it makes sense to pump up that machine to be the best it can be. Sometimes, achieving peak performance with this vital tool requires upgrading factory parts with aftermarket add-ons. But with hundreds—if not thousands—of catalog and Web pages devoted to tablesaw accessories, finding the right ones can be a crapshoot. To help you out, we shop-tested dozens of today's greatest tablesaw add-ons and winnowed the list down to these items most deserving a spot in your shop. (Prices shown do not include shipping, where applicable.)

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Comments (3)
paul_probus wrote:

If you do all 21 suggestions Wood recommends, you might as well buy a brand new TS, you'd spend the same amount.

10/2/2014 11:13:06 AM Report Abuse
Retepb wrote:

Except that it is so clean, you could have done this whole segment in my shop. But you didn't include the best thing I ever did to my Dewalt Table saw. Added a sliding table to the left side.I added a JessEM and it is absoutly the best thing one can add to make it a joy to use the saw.

10/2/2014 09:47:34 AM Report Abuse
jaybeta90 wrote:

hey wood magazine, i have this exact table saw here at work and we need a blade guard for safety, i dont know the model number or serial as there are no original name plates or labels on our saw. can u help me out?

1/15/2013 10:36:02 AM Report Abuse

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