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scroll saw and jigsaw table with anti kickback safety

I try to make multi jigsaw table. I want one jig with two functions, for jigsaw table and scroll saw. I give safety feature for anti kickback.
this is really help me for working and I am very pleased with the results and would recommend making one yourself

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Why would a jig/scroll saw need anti-kickback?


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Why would a jig/scroll saw need anti-kickback?


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do you have jigsaw table DIY?
what about the kickback?
if for scroll saw i think very low kickback coz use small teeth, but for jigsaw table very high vibration if use big teeths that why need this kickback. i dont know you agree or not but this is make me more safer for work
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The "kickback" that the OP is referring to is the stock jumping on the table. His anti "kickback" feature, is a hold down foot. Not exactly the correct terminology used but I get what he means.
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The "kickback" that the OP is referring to is the stock jumping on the table. His anti "kickback" feature, is a hold down foot. Not exactly the correct terminology used but I get what he means.
i thought it was obvious, but...
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The "kickback" that the OP is referring to is the stock jumping on the table. His anti "kickback" feature, is a hold down foot. Not exactly the correct terminology used but I get what he means.
100% right
i dont know about the name but his is for hold wood
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The "kickback" that the OP is referring to is the stock jumping on the table. His anti "kickback" feature, is a hold down foot. Not exactly the correct terminology used but I get what he means.

OK, now that is an entirely different situation. That problem would be solved with his technique. I had no idea that is what he meant.



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