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  1. Parallel Guide System

    Repeatable Rip Cuts from Your Track Saw

    Everyone who has wrangled a full sheet of plywood around a table saw immediately recognizes the advantages of track saws for breaking down sheet goods. Keeping the unwieldy sheet stationary and moving the saw down a precision-made rail makes a lot of sense, but how do you get two (or more) pieces to come out exactly the same width?  Just like the rip fence on a table saw, Woodpeckers new Parallel Guide System takes measuring and marking out of the equation and uses a physical reference to ensure your last cut is exactly the same as your first. The Parallel Guide System locks onto your Festool, Makita or Triton guide rail and instantly aligns the cutting line parallel to, and a specific distance from, the edge of your stock.

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  2. Extension Wing Router Table

    One hard and fast rule we’ve learned from our customers is that no matter how much room you have for your shop, it’s not enough. If you’ve been dreaming of having a Woodpeckers Router Table, but just can’t figure out where you would put it, we’ve got the answer for you. Replace the wasted real estate taken up by your table saw’s extension table with our new double-duty Extension Wing Router Table.

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  3. Downdraft Dust Cabinet
    Enhance your work environment and add years to your router’s life with Woodpeckers new Downdraft Dust Cabinet. Porting the dust out the back of the fence gets a good portion of the chips off most routing operations, but the dust that does go down works its way into the motor windings and spindle bearings of your router. The Downdraft Dust Cabinet completely encloses your router and has a 4" port out the rear. It captures almost everything not caught up top and keeps your router clean and cool. The Downdraft Dust Cabinet is sized and shaped to fit even the largest routers on the market. Mounting it to a Woodpeckers Router Table requires no drilling, and mounting it to any other router table requires just a few simple screw holes. Learn More
  4. Woodpeckers Saw Gauge
    Woodworkers spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a table saw then spend hundreds more on high quality saw blades and still get burn marks when doing rip cuts. Even getting accurate results with a miter gauge can be difficult when the blade alignment is off. In most cases this is the result of misalignment between the miter slot, fence and blade. Learn More
  5. Woodpeckers BladeSaver
    Carbide tipped circular saw blades are a substantial investment and, like all investments, deserve protection. You always take care to avoid cutting through a nail or screw. But these blades are easily damaged when off the saw due to careless storage. Those carbide teeth are tough on wood, but are brittle and chip easily if struck by other metal– like other saw blades. Learn More
  6.  Z-Saw 250mm Kataba Saw
    This saw has universal teeth and is ideal for rip cuts, cross cutting and slant cuts. Works equally well in plywood, solid wood, laminates, etc. Blade length is 250mm, overall length is 585mm, with a blade thickness of .50mm. The blade has 16 teeth per inch. Learn More
  7. Z-Saw 240mm Dozuki Saw
    By far the best selling saw in Japan, the Dozuki Saw from Z-Saw is the ideal saw for precision joinery. The blade can be made very thin for precise cuts due to the rigid spline. The blade is a mere .012” thick. This will be the smoothest cutting saw you will ever use. The blade is easily removed with a tap on the back. Remember that these saws cut on the pull stroke using gravity to assist in the cutting stroke instead of using your weight as you would with a standard saw. This will allow you to work longer with less fatigue. Learn More
  8. Incra Miter 1000HD
    The Mitering Solution for your Table Saw is Perfectly Clear - High Definition from INCRA . The NEW INCRA Miter 1000HD is the most refined model yet in the Miter 1000 series. Learn More
  9. Micro Jig SteelPro Splitter
    The new MJ Splitter SteelPro is constructed from a 100% polycarbonate shell and reinforced with a solid stainless steel core. The SteelPRO employs another groundbreaking innovation for table saw safety, The Dual Splitter. This allows the splitters to control the pressure on the keeper piece and the off-cut piece. This will virtually eliminate any chance of kickback on the table saw and greatly reduce the chance of severing fingers. Learn More
  10. Magswitch Workholding System
    The heart of the Magswitch Workholding System is the cleverly designed switchable magnet. Turn the knob clockwise and the magnet grips your cast iron or steel table top with 133 pounds of force. Turn the knob counter-clockwise and you can lift the magnet away with two fingers. A pair of the magnets gives you 266 pounds of grip to the table, allowing you to use the flexible fingers to push either gently or firmly toward your fence. Learn More

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SAWING TOOLS FOR WOODWORKING