Push Block Shelf for Table Saw


This video blogs describes a quick shop project to build and install a shelf on the end of my table saw extension.  This is a place for my Gripper Push Blocks to live.    I do not like stuff on top of my table saw and this quick project solved the Problem.

This project used 1″ Russian birch plywood.   I had this in my materials on hand stack.   This would also be done with 2 ¾” plywood pieces glued into a single piece.


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