Saw Accessories enhance the performance of your saw or increase its safety features in some manner. Take the time to discover optional accessories for your saws that save you time and labor and improve the quality of your finished piece.
Band saw accessories include blades and guide blocks. Blades on band saws last longer than other types of saw blade, but it's good practice to have an extra blade or two on hand. Guide blocks precision-tune your blades and keep them straight while reducing friction to increase blade life. Popular miter saw accessories include miter guides and stop kits. These accessories give you greater accuracy and control. The stops hold crown molding in place while the miter saws cut, so you always have a perfectly angled join. For jig saws, anti-splintering inserts protect your cutting surface from unsightly splinters to preserve the beauty of your finished piece.
Table saw accessories include guards and saw locks for safety. Guards keep debris from your face while locks prevent the saw blade from activating when you don't want it to operate. A dado blades let you cut dado grooves into boards. For wider work, use a stacked dado blade. Use a zero-clearance insert to keep chips and other particulates from falling into your saw's motor. These blank inserts get cut by the blade to form a snug fit around it while you cut your dado. A throat plate protects your table saw from debris that falls into it when you cut grooves and minimizes chip-out.
Each accessory serves a particular purpose and helps complete your project more quickly and with better results. From blades to plates, from inserts to guides, guards and more, our accessories cover virtually all of your cutting needs.