is a very useful tool when cutting thin stock on a table saw
or router table, and is quite easy to make. Every woodworker should make and keep a few on hand.
s are invaluable when cutting a bead or other intricate detail on a router table. One momentary slip of the stock away from the fence or table can ruin the bead. A pair of properly positioned featherboard
s will guarantee a consistent, clean bead detail.
- Woodworking: Moderate to Easy
- Finishing: None
Time to Complete
- 15-30 minutes
- Table Saw
- Miter Saw or Circular Saw
- Bevel or Layout Square
- 1x6 12-18 inches long (preferably non-SPF)