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Cutting a raised panel on a table saw requires you to stand the panel on edge when making the cuts. To provide solid support and help make the task go smoother, I made a featherboard.
The featherboard shown at left keeps your fingers out of the way while pressing the panel firmly against the fence. It's made from a strip of 1/8″ hardboard that's held in place by an L-shaped block attached to a hardwood runner.
It also works great for resawing on the table saw and even the band saw. To see other ideas for your shop, just visit PlansNOW.