How to Make a Table Saw - Making the Fence




Introduction: How to Make a Table Saw - Making the Fence

Hello Everybody!

I would like to continue the series How to make a table saws with Make a Fence for Table saw.

Previous article related to making the table saw, you can see at the following link:

How to make a table saw - Part 1

How to make a table saw - Part 2

I would like to share the video describes the process of making
the Fence, you can see here:

Playlist to make a table saw

Step 1: Make the Flats Edge for Fence.

I sawn plywood planks into several long bars with the same size. Then I joined, glued them together. The edge was a good straight board and they were parallel.

Step 2: Make Sliders, Hitch Pin.

Slider assembled, glued from pieces of plywood to form the L-shaped pressed and run along the flats edge created in step 1.

Step 3: Make the Fence.

The fence it the bit of wood that acts as the guide when you’re cutting. The edge of the fence needs to be smooth. The more you use plywood panels to increase the certainty and stability of the meters move.

Step 4: Pair of Parts

The screws I used to connect the parts together.

Step 5: Complete and Enjoy the Results.

Wish you happy, and one day work efficiently!

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    6 years ago

    A little wisdom on the side . The plywood you are using is faced in polyurethane to enable it to stand up in the building trade for concrete work. Your glue will not stick to it water based or epoxy based and even polyurethane glue is very difficult to make stick.. If you must use it grind some of the surface away before gluing .

    At present the nails or screws are the only thing keeping it together.


    Reply 6 years ago

    Thank your helpful comment!

    The speed of the video has been increased. In fact, I have a
    brief sanding wood surfaces and waiting for dry glue at least 2 hours. Plus, with no so large surface, the screw can tight coupling all together.