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The Katz-Moses Push Stick (Metric and Imperial FREE PLANS)

Important: The file is a .rar file. It is free and easy to unpack. If you are having trouble opening check out this link

INSTRUCTIONS AND USE CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://youtu.be/0q_vcHpH33A

ALL ABOUT PUSH STICKS AND SAFETY: https://youtu.be/kl1X6F0RqF0

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    T
    05/01/2022
    Tracy
    United States
    I recommend this product

    Awesome push stick

    It was a quick and easy project. I recommend everyone build one. I personally think it is a lot safer to use other than the skinny stock version that comes with a saw.

    A
    04/09/2022
    Anonymous
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Best push stick plans

    Great push sticks and simple to make!

    JW
    04/03/2022
    jake w.
    Australia Australia
    I recommend this product

    they work a treat!

    clear and easy to follow plans, made a couple of these and they fit perfectly in the top channel of my table saw fence. only thing i'd do if i remake them is enlarging them a little as i'd like my hands a litter further from that blade...

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    JP
    03/09/2022
    Jimmie P.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Bummer I cannot access .RAR files

    Was really excited to get your various plans, however I was never able to access any of the .RAR files....probably blocked by my IT partners.

    JY
    02/27/2022
    James Y.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Easy to build, intuitive to use

    I thought I was a “handle” grip push stick kind of guy, but after making a couple of these, the gripping and downward pushing seems to cover more surface area, from my perspective. Hard to explain it, but I ended up making four; a pair for two different stations. Love it! Thanks JKM!