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Sliding table saws still need jigs to cut small parts or to make accurate odd cuts. No different than for a traditional saw. If you're going to take advantage of the sliding table, you'll have to approach your jig making differently.

Feel free to post your jigs.

Sliders are really good at handling sheet goods. But small parts on a stock machine, not so much. To address this, one of the first jigs you'd want to have is a Fritz & Franz. These are handy for cutting small parts, either cross-cut or ripping.

You can get as simple or as fancy as you'd like. In the playlist below, I use a simple Fritz & Franz to make a more elaborate one.

 

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