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Jessem Clear-Cut Precision Stock Guides

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Woodcraft has Jessem Clear-Cut Precision Stock Guides ( 04215) for $89.99. Shipping is free when you apply Promo Code MASTERBUILDER at checkout.

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Includes:
  • Infeed stock guide
  • Outfeed stock guide
  • 1/4" hex key
  • Detailed instructions
Features:
  • Unique roller system holds down workpiece and pushes into fence for precision stock feed
  • One way rollers prevent kickback
  • Quick adjustment for easy set-up and fine-tuning
  • 1-1/2" urethane one-way rollers set at 5° toward fence and 2-3/4" total adjustment
  • Maximum stock thickness from router table surface to 9/16" below center of T-slot
  • Compatible with most router table fences with a horizontal 1/4" T-slot above the fence faces

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Best price in well over a year. Use code MASTERBUILDER for free shipping. (thanks @bcg27 )

Features:
  • Unique roller system holds down workpiece and pushes into fence for precision stock feed
  • One way rollers prevent kickback
  • Quick adjustment for easy set-up and fine-tuning
  • 1-1/2" urethane one-way rollers set at 5° toward fence and 2-3/4" total adjustment
  • Maximum stock thickness from router table surface to 9/16" below center of T-slot
  • Compatible with most router table fences with a horizontal 1/4" T-slot above the fence faces
Specifications:
Ideal Mounting Height: 3-3/8" to 3-5/8" from table to center of T-Track

What's Included:
  • (1) Infeed stock guide
  • (1) Outfeed stock guide
  • (1) 1/4" hex key
  • (1) Detailed instructions

https://www.woodcraft.com/product...ssem-04215
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Use code MASTERBUILDER for free shipping.
I like them and prefer them over featherboards most of the time. Not in all cases, but most. They're built like a tank and well machined. Some will disagree...the usual "make your own featherboards blah blah blah". In the end, do what makes your setup safer and the user more comfortable.
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12-01-2022 at 06:59 PM.
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Amazon is cheaper when you include shipping.
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12-01-2022 at 07:26 PM.
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Amazon is cheaper when you include shipping.
Use code MASTERBUILDER for free shipping.
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12-01-2022 at 11:53 PM.
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Thanks - worked and I grabbed a set. Have the table saw version already.
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12-02-2022 at 12:23 AM.
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What are your thoughts on this one?
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What are your thoughts on this one?
I like them and prefer them over featherboards most of the time. Not in all cases, but most. They're built like a tank and well machined. Some will disagree...the usual "make your own featherboards blah blah blah". In the end, do what makes your setup safer and the user more comfortable.
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I like them and prefer them over featherboards most of the time. Not in all cases, but most. They're built like a tank and well machined. Some will disagree...the usual "make your own featherboards blah blah blah". In the end, do what makes your setup safer and the user more comfortable.
I'd agree with this, I've got both the router and table saw guides. On the router table you'll hit more frequent instances where you'll need to take em off, but overall they're great.

100 bucks is a lot less than a trip to the ER
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I'd agree with this, I've got both the router and table saw guides. On the router table you'll hit more frequent instances where you'll need to take em off, but overall they're great.

100 bucks is a lot less than a trip to the ER
If my table saw fence has t-slots, is there a reason the router table guides wouldn't work on my table saw?
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If my table saw fence has t-slots, is there a reason the router table guides wouldn't work on my table saw?
It will work. The difference is the table saw version is more large boards friendly. It is spring loaded so it arguably produces good down force while still being easy to feed in, also the wheels come out and away from the fence which gives more stability to large cuts. Also if you do side mounting with the router version, the kick back protection will be dependent on the strength of the T slots and T bolts.
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Will this work with my table saw? I'm a bit confused by the visuals. Need guidence from someone who is experienced.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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12-02-2022 at 07:45 PM.
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I'm no engineer but I have both versions and there is a reason why the table saw version is spring loaded and adds a third direction of adjustability. you want the one-way wheels relatively close to the blade, one ahead of the blade, one on the outfeed. You can't easily accomplish that with the router guides on a table saw. Yes, it could work in some cases but why would you take the chance?
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The table saw version also does a way better job at pulling the material into the fence, I feel.
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Looks interesting. I looked at the tablesaw model and found it odd that their videos never show the end of a cut when one is using a push stick; the videos always end short. Otherwise you have to keep hopping over the guides to continue pushing. So if you're cutting say a 1/2" off 4" wide stock how would one push it through when their guides are in the way? I only see their gadget useful with maybe sheet goods, maybe not.
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12-03-2022 at 02:48 PM.
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I am not a big fan of fence mounted hold downs. Fences were designed for lateral loads, not vertical.
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