feather boards

Does anyone have any plans for a feather board? And is it useful?
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Troy Hall wrote:

Here's one: http://www.woodzone.com/tips/featherboard.htm I'm sure a google on feather board plan will give lots of hits.
It's very useful especially for smallish pieces on the table saw, anything on a shaper or router table. Keeps your fingers out of harms way.
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great link. THANKS
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You can find one here: http://www.billpounds.com
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Troy Hall wrote:

Here is another one for you. Very simple but effective. As a newbie I can tell you they are useful for holding the board against your fence so the cut doesn't drift and the blade doesn't bind and do bad things.
http://tinyurl.com/3vgjf Go to page 24. It's from a PDF manual from Ryobi.
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