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5 thoughts on “Push Stick Template”

  1. I am a big fan of your videos and techniques so much that I was just searching for a template of your push stick design and see you offer one. One suggestion is for something so simple, if you offered an electronic version that someone can download for a few dollars and print on their computer, it would be helpful to most and would probably get your design in the hands of more woodworkers. $9.00 is a reasonable price for the mdf (template) one, but it you have an electric copy available for download for say $2-$5 I would be willing to pay that to get them made this weekend (without waiting for shipping) and to help support your efforts. Much easier and less time consuming than making and shipping actual templates too.. 🙂

    Just a suggestion, take it for what it is worth! Again, keep doing what you are doing!

    1. I’m not very tech savvy so I’ll see if someone can do that for me. Thanks for the suggestion. I thought of it before but never have enough time to follow thru.


  2. People get the templates for convenience not because they can’t make it. They realize their time is worth more, and they rather focus on project with limited shop time.

  3. How do you like the Saw Stop? I was able to afford an old POWERMATIC 66 that came out of a small shop. I retired from a surgical center in 2014 and spend my time making things. I’ve seen my share of hand injuries and most are from snowblowers despite multiple stickers pasted on the machines that say “ DO NOT CLEAR SNOW AUGER SITH YOUR HANDS”

    1. Hi Thomas, It’s a great saw without the flesh detecting devise. It’s really well made. Solid, no vibration and with so many little features it’s head and shoulders above the rest. That flesh detecting devise is GOLD.

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