To make the standard miter joint connection stronger you can add what are called splines which also add a decorative touch. Here is how to build a splined miter table saw jig.
At JCC you will find instructions as well as a short video so you can build your own table saw infeed support arms.
Download the free pattern to cut out these push sticks. Safety first.
At JCC you can follow along and build a 45 degree crosscut sled to get perfect mitered panels on the table saw.
Build your own tapering jig to use on the table saw using this free tutorial.
Build a table saw miter sled and get picture perfect miter corners.
If you own a table saw, you know it works great for ripping long pieces. But did you know that you can crosscut wide pieces with the same ease and accuracy? All it takes is a table saw sled.
To make these thin push sticks I use a piece of 1/4 inch thick hardboard (Masonite).
Follow along and make your own wide sliding featherboard. Lots of shop pics to help you.
Build these featherboard risers to prevent the workpiece from tilting towards the blade when cutting.