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Router & Table Saw Small Workpiece Holder
Router & Table Saw Small Workpiece Holder
Router & Table Saw Small Workpiece Holder
Router & Table Saw Small Workpiece Holder
Router & Table Saw Small Workpiece Holder

Router & Table Saw Small Workpiece Holder

Item Number: 115-250

Regular Price: $24.90

Now only: $19.90

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Our workpiece holder keeps fingers clear of danger and lets you cut with confidence.



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Safely Cut Smaller Workpieces With Your Router Or Tablesaw!

Smaller pieces of stock are used in projects all the time. But have you ever tried cutting one on your table saw or router? Not the safest operation, right? For obvious reasons, it's never a good idea to get your hands too close to a spinning blade or router bit. Fortunately, now you can use our clever fixture to hold smaller bits of stock so you can safely make the cuts you need without putting your fingers and hands at risk. Comfortable handles give you complete control of your stock while the knurled cam-action clamp makes setup fast. Two clamping jaws with textured pads give extra confidence and grip your workpiece securely as you move across a cutting surface. Make straight or mitered cuts (up to 45°) by running the aluminum rail against your table saw fence.

Will work with your router, table saw, band saw and most other tools in your shop.

Features include:

  • Works on your table saw, router, band saw and more
  • Safely holds stock up to 10" long
  • Cam-action knob makes setup fast and easy
  • Precision lead screw holds stock firmly in place
  • Cut on any angle up to 45°

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