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Categoriesall Electronics books cameras clamping cutting drilling dust-collection electronics gluing hardware measuring-marking misc miter-and-t-slots routing sanding sawing squares
This isn't the one I use, bit it seems to be highly rated, and it's inexpensive.
These are nice because they're long, which helps if your miter slot is farther from your blade than normal.
I haven't tried these, but they're cheap enough, and have good reviews.
I haven't tried these, but they're cheaper than the Rockler ones, and they have good reviews.
These are what I use, but there's cheaper ones available.
I use this on my drill press fence, and one of my cross-cut sleds.
I could only find a 2-pack for this, but at least it's not very expensive.
Nice gauge for setting the height of a blade or bit.
Works great. Hard to beat.
Overpriced but invaluable, if that makes any sense. I have 2.
I love this on my cast iron table top.
Great for cutting 1/4" or 3/8" box joints. This may not be a good choice for using with a SawStop.
This is an awesome full-kerf (1/8") blade, well worth the price.
I used this for a couple of years, and it's great.
No, I don’t expect anyone to buy this from my link, but hey, you never know. By the way, the Amazon price includes shipping. If you're going to get it shipped, then the price on Amazon is the same as anywhere else.
Great for making runners.
Not very powerful, but it gets the job done for my cast iron table top.
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