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A simple, ergonomic push stick Tip: A simple, ergonomic push stick

Tool Hound: Riving Knives Explained
Video: Tool Hound: Riving Knives Explained

New to the American table saw market, these safety accessories deliver a much-needed safety upgrade to prevent against kickback 

The safest contractor's saw
The safest contractor's sawOnline Membership Required

SawStop brings their safety system into the field with this 10-inch model

The Original 3rd Hand
Video: The Original 3rd Hand

New and noteworthy staff picks from the 2007 International Builders' Show

Avoiding Accidents on the Tablesaw
Editors Pick
Avoiding Accidents on the Tablesaw

Here's how to get the most from your saw without getting hurt

SawStop Revisited
SawStop Revisited

SawStop inventor launches own line of safety-minded table saws

Circular-Saw Basics

A sidewinder is the most important tool on the job site, but did anybody ever teach you how to use one safely and effectively?

Safety Fixtures for Table Saws and ShapersOnline Membership Required

Push sticks, push blocks and featherboards keep work on the table and against the fence, with your fingers at a safe distance

Tip: Preventing kickback

Chainsaws Come Out of the WoodsOnline Membership Required

A log builder tells about chainsaw safety, maintenance and how he uses chainsaws to work logs and timbers

Truing a table-saw blade
Tip: Truing a table-saw blade

Warning zone
Tip: Warning zone

Using a Crosscut Sled
Video: Using a Crosscut Sled

A crosscut sled not only increases the safety of working with a tablesaw, it also increases the versatility of the tool itself

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