Woodworker's Safety Push Stick

For Tablesaws and Router Tables
Made in Oregon (USA)

Each Push Stick Comes with TWO Unique Interchangeable Traction Treads Described Below
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The Woodworker's Safety Push Stick shown above left is working on the tablesaw using the Flat Traction Tread on the bottom of the push stick (and is also used on a jointer).
The Woodworker's Safety Push Stick on the right is using the interchangeable ribbed "V" Traction Tread on a router table (or use it on a shaper).


The Spring Loaded Pushpin

The pushpin hides up inside the pushstick until it reaches the end of the board.  Because of this action, the pushstick sits flat on the board and grabs it with its friction pad.  When sitting near the end of the wood, the pushpin automatically pops down and grabs the end of the board (spring loaded).
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When using the push stick on the tablesaw,
your anxiety level drops to almost zero.
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The Spring Loaded Pushpin

This photo shows the spring loaded pushpin disassembled.  This ability to retract the pushpin makes this push stick OUT PERFORM all other push stick designs on the national market.
This safety tool is the only push stick on the national market that also works
on the router table (and shaper) by using the "V" Traction Tread.
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Use on Router Tables and Shapers

Use the interchangeable "V" Groove Traction Tread on router tables and shapers.

The V groove presses the wood against the fence and against the tabletop AT THE SAME TIME (which is absolutely necessary on router tables and shapers).

You get a chatter free cut and you keep your hands safe.

You have no anxiety at all but do have complete confidence in your safety and technique.
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Cutting Thin Material

On thin wood, the pushpin slides up into the body of the push stick so the friction pad stays flat on the board.

Only a push stick with a retractable pin can keep the friction pad pressed against the surface of the board when cutting very thin wood on a tablesaw.
Four More Features of the Woodworker's Safety Push Stick!
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Your hand is kept a full FOUR INCHES above the blade.  
This distance is what makes your hand FEEL SAFE!

The body of the push stick PREVENTS your hand from being pulled down into the blade in case the saw grabbed your sleeve.

The push stick is made of a material that WILL NOT HARM your sawblade in case you accidentally cut it.

The pushstick is made with a BRIGHT ORANGE safety color so you can find it quickly, and REMEMBER to use it!

Cutting Short Pieces of Wood Safely:  The wrong way, and the right way!
The Wrong Way
The typical push stick (as shown below) does not sit on top of the wood, allowing the back side of the saw blade to lift and possibly throw the wood. 

On short pieces of wood,  the wood can jam between the blade and the fence with this type of push stick.  In a situation like that, the wood can be thrown backward (toward you) at high speed.
The Right Way
The Woodworker's Safety Push Stick can safely cut short pieces of wood on the tablesaw as seen in the photo below.

The push stick sits on top of the wood and keeps it snug against the fence and against the tablesaw surface while you push.  Once you push short pieces of wood as shown a few times, you'll have no anxiety about the possibility of the wood jamming or coming loose.

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Here are a few videos that show the Woodworker's Safety Push Stick in Action!
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