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This is a full size pattern for the OP type hold downs..


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Hi Ice

I did add a PDF file so you can print it out easy now


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HI Bob,

I have to second what Dave said. I got one of RWS dvd's that has them, Bob & Rick talked about them briefly though.

I gotta ask, what's that thingy in the upper left corner on your table?

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Hi Ken

hahahahahahahaha " thingy "

That's a quick return stop,,,may times you want to come back to the zero point with the fence, that's to say if you make a pass and then you want to make a clean up pass you just slide the fence back to the stop block bolt.

It's great when you are using more than one bit like the R & S bits..for just one of them, you will see the bolts hanging out, that's because I have them set for other bits as well...like the T & G bits..
You can set the bit with the bearing but this just a bit quicker and no guessing.

Once it's set it's set

I should NOTE this thingy only works well with a Swing/Pivot type Fence, it's a real time saver when you switch bits out.

I also use the type below on the other table, I wanted one for this table but was lazy one day and made this one.


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I have to second what Dave said. I got one of RWS dvd's that has them, Bob & Rick talked about them briefly though.

I gotta ask, what's that thingy in the upper left corner on your table?


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Hi Bj,

Gotcha. I guess I'm so used to my OP table... doesn't have all the bells & whistles. Just the good ol adjusting tool. LOL

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HI Ken

I made it because I don't like using a hammer on my fence as a fine adjustment tool and I do what Bob R. and Rick R. say to a point..." keep it simple " I just got to find a rubber ruler like Bob R. has one pull fits all...

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Thanks Bob figured it was worth a sticky in the shop safety section. I'll have to make me some of these.

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HI Glen

You're Welcome and thanks

They do work and worth the time to make some, I was amazed how well they work I didn't think they would at 1st. but now I will not use the table saw without them in place...I have used the buddies hold downs, feather boards,etc. the hold down copy cats from the pros. Bob R. and Rick R. work great and make using the table saw/router table much safer .

I should say I don't see anyone making them for sale yet but I'm sure someone will I'm sure, but maybe out of plastic
It's so simple and it works so well

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