5 Quick Table Saw Hacks / Woodworking Tips and Tricks

In this woodworking ideas and also methods video clip, we review table saw hacks.
The table saw is feasible the workhorse of the workshop so recognizing a few table saw tricks to establish it up rapidly and also make it function much more efficiently can substantially boost manufacturing and also top quality and with using Clamps, Squares as well as a few screws, it's easy making any kind of table saw work extra effectively.

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5 Quick Table Saw Hacks / Woodworking Tips and Tricks

In this woodworking tips and tricks video, we go over table saw hacks.
The table saw is arguable the workhorse of the workshop so knowing a few table saw tricks to set it up quickly and make it work more efficiently can greatly increase production and quality and with the use of Clamps, Squares and a few screws, it's easy to make any table saw work more efficiently.

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  1. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  2. Love the 45* miter gauge trick. Don’t know how I’ve never thought of that one. Lol thx

    1. I’m glad it helped you!

  3. Wow!  They are really useful and practical tips. I enjoy your videos and look forward to watching them. Thanks for sharing : )

    1. You’re welcome. Thanks for watching Kitty!

  4. Great tips Colin! A speed square (if you have one big enough) is also good for setting up the miter gauge. The lip on one edge let’s you lay it flat on the table and still register with the miter slot. It also has 45 built in, so no need to line up numbers. Good for dummies like me who get the scale on the inside and outside of the carpenters square mixed up 🙂 Downside – I generally have to lower the blade whereas the carpenter square goes around it.

    1. Thanks for the tip Matt and thanks for watching!

  5. Terrific Tips Colin! Thanks for sharing………………..

    1. Your welcome!

  6. Good ideas as usual.I have just started using my workmate again after 10 years

    1. Thanks John!

  7. REALLY liked the tip about cleaning up the live edge. Many thanks

    1. I hope it helps you Mike. Thanks for watching.

    2. Mike Peacock related to Mitch Peacock in the U.K. that has a YouTube woodworking channel?

    3. Not that I know of, any link would be way back before the 1890s. Might look up the channel though 🙂

  8. I like that piece of scrap as a shelf under the fence. Also that slot jig you made really slick no measuring.

    1. Thanks Joe.

  9. Awesome table saw jigs. And those older workmates are fantastic I have a couple perfect for a small shop

    1. Thanks for watching Thom!

    1. You are welcome!

  10. Great ideas! One suggestion: to set the miter gauge to 90 deg. without other tools, loosen the set screw, turn the gauge upside down and place the runner in the table saw slot then press the gauge against the table or fence rail and tighten the set screw. This will set the gauge to a prefect 90 deg.

    1. Great tip John. Thanks for sharing it!

    2. John Howard interesting

  11. Thanks again for the great tips and videos you put out regularly! Like the 3/4 slot dado jig! Any more jigs you have like that?

    1. You’re welcome. More jigs and tips to come in the future!

  12. Very cool Tips. Thanks a lot from north germany.

    1. You are welcome Hauke.

  13. Great tips & love the workmate idea…Thank you, once again Colin. God bless you & keep ’em coming.

    1. Thanks Glyn … many more to come.

  14. God bless your soul

    1. Thank you Alex.

  15. I like the dado or “slot” jig. I must make one of those myself now. Thanks man.

    1. You’re welcome Matthew!

    2. Matthew Ward .

  16. Nice. These vid’s are very cool collin.

    1. Thanks for watching Dale.

  17. Great tips! Really good video quality, Best I have seen on the internet.

    1. Thanks for the great comment Rick.

  18. thank you very much sir, as usual, why didn’t I think of that. God bless

    1. You are welcome Les

  19. Colin great tips very useful for me a beginner woodworker.

    1. Thanks Dan. I’m glad the tips helped.

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