This 5 piece safety kit is designed to be your essential safety protection to help from getting to close to the cutters or blades on a router table, shaper, band saw, table saw and jointer. From the narrow v-style push stick, to the beefy long push block, this kit has all the bases covered in regards to many different woodworking applications.
Each device in this kit is intentionally made in the SAFETY ORANGE color for high visibility when in use. This provides the user the ability to see exactly there hands are at during the cutting or milling process. Being SAFETY ORANGE also allows for you to easily find the device when its not in its normal location.
The general idea behind these safety devices is to help you guide and control your stock when feeding through a table saw, band saw, jointer or a router table. The push blocks are generally used on jointers and some router applications, while the push sticks are primarily used on table saw projects. All five devices help prevent kickback and protect your fingers and hands during your cutting process
Soft, receptive, rubber foam pads line the bases of the two small push blocks and the large push block. The rubber soles make pushing and controlling your stock much easier and safer then when doing it by hand. The soles are also washable with with warm water. Must let the rubber soles dry for 24 hours prior to using them again.
The 5 piece safety kit includes 2 each small push blocks (1 angled handle and 1 offset handle small push block), 1 each long or large push block, 1 each standard width push stick and 1 narrow width safety-v push stick.
[WORKTABLE & SAWHORSE] Holds up to 300 lbs. as a work table, supports 1,000 lbs. as a sawhorse. And it’s easy to transition between the two
[CUSTOM CLAMPS] Two quick clamps are integrated and stay attached even when you fold the table into a sawhorse. Because they’re designed specifically for the Pegasus, they’ll be stronger and last longer
[LIGHT AND STURDY] It’s only 25 lbs., and its foldable design makes it easy to move and store
[CONNECT MULTIPLE TABLES] Create a whole work counter when you link 3 or more Pegasus’ together. Whether your worksite or workshop is spacious or tight, this building solution expands or contracts to fit your needs
[DO IT YOURSELF. DO IT BETTER. DO IT WITH WORX.] WORX tools are engineered with cutting-edge technology, and above modern efficiency standards, so you can build a cost-effective tool collection that’s been designed to last
There are numerous table saws available in the market and while many of them seem very similar, there are differences that can greatly alter the quality of your project and budget. We understand the frustration of choosing the best table saw for your projects and here are some of the criteria that we used in picking the best table saws for this review:
Price isn’t the only factor that needs to be considered but sure is very essential when sampling out your best choice. A general rule of thumb is that the price needs to match the value of the product. To be sure, you can start by comparing your favorite picks online. However, you need to be careful since cheaper prices might sometimes mean a compromise on quality.
Quality of materials
Material quality is a fundamental factor that influences the versatility of a table saw. To evaluate a table saw’s durability and its capability to be used for a wide range of projects, we reviewed the quality of materials used to make it. This varied from plastic, metals, and sometimes both. For sturdy, durable, versatile, and lightweight tools, most manufacturers often prefer to use a combination of plastic and metal. We also kept an eye on the paint used to coat the surface as it prevents corrosion. Note that subpar paints rub off on your workpieces.
Top-quality table saws are heavily drowned with the sheer vastness of table saws in the market. Picking out the best one often means that you can easily use it to adapt to various functions or activities for different DIY projects such as renovations, carpentry, landscape work, and much more. The table saws we have reviewed in this article are able to handle the versatility of multiple projects while still offering premium quality.
Longevity and warranty
As noted earlier, the quality of material used to make a table saw influences its longevity. Here, we evaluated table saws largely made of plastics and metals. Plastic table saws easily break when used in heavy-duty projects while their metallic counterparts tend to be more durable. From this review, we recommend that you go for table saws backed by a warranty of at least 1 year to ensure the manufacturer stands behind their product.
Our goal is to help you narrow down your choices when it comes to buying woodworking tools like saw blades, drills, paint sprayers, etc. We provide a list of our top picks in each category so you don’t have to waste time searching through all the endless options.