Vise-Mounted Jigsaw Table

(5 customer reviews)

$5.00

Build your own Jigsaw Table!

Both Metric AND Imperial (U.S.) Versions Included with Download!

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Description

These instructions are a complete step by step guide that will show you how to build a vise-mounted jigsaw table.

This project is designed to be an EASY build – no crazy joinery.

About the plans:

  • Formatted for normal sized (8.5″ x 11″) printer paper, so you can print them at home.
  • Includes Imperial (U.S.) version AND Metric version!
  • They also include:
    • A complete shopping list for the materials you need.
    • A complete list of parts you need to cut with all the dimensions necessary (with images).
    • Step by step instructions that accompany and compliment the build video.

About this Jigsaw Table:

  • Dimensions: 19″ x 12″ x  9″.
  • Dimensions (metric): 48cm x 30cm x  23cm.
  • Designed to use high quality Baltic Birch plywood for durability and strength.
  • Designed around 6″ jigsaw blades to allow for maximum depth of cut. With a 6″ jigsaw blade installed, you should be able to cut material that is about 1.25″ (3.2cm) thick.

Tools required (or at least strongly suggested) to build this project:

  • Table Saw
  • Miter Saw (or Table Saw Sled)
  • 23 Gauge Pin Nailer (Recommended, but not strictly necessary, you could use other fasteners)
  • Drill (and/or a Drill Press, preferably) with the following bits: 1/8″, 3/16″, 1/4″, 5/16″, 5/16-18 thread tapping, and 1/2″ fortsner.
  • For the metric version, you’ll need these bits: 3mm, 4.8mm, 6.5mm, 8mm, M8 x 1.25 thread tapping, and a 13mm forstner.
  • Sander/Sandpaper/File
  • Flat file
  • Coping saw (you can get by without this, but it sure made my life easier)

Because this is a digital product, no refunds are allowed.

5 reviews for Vise-Mounted Jigsaw Table

  1. Clip Waling (verified owner)

    Haven’t had an opportunity to build it yet but I am really anxious to do so and really hope this will solve quite a number of problems for me. Once I get it build I will give it another review.

  2. Colin (verified owner)

    Excellent

  3. Jeff (verified owner)

    Very nice

  4. Steve Seeds (verified owner)

    Works really well, even better if I could find a REALLY fine-tooth 7″ jigsaw blade here in the UK.
    Thanks!

  5. David (verified owner)

    Hi Tommy
    Just finished your jigsaw ( with a couple of modifications)
    I built the plan into a small work table
    The jigsaw is a cheap pendulum model from Bunnings ( our equivalent of your Home Depot)
    All functions are accessible except angle cutting which I never need.
    I already have an older jigsaw so this one is permanently screwed to the bench as you can see.
    I note your point about 150mm blades and used this design.
    The saw came with 100mm blades so I have ordered 150mm ( not yet installed)
    I think the cutting depth with 100mm would be a bit restrictive.
    I used an insert nut in the housing instead of tapping the timber.
    Also found that 8mm bolts did not have an exact 8mm shank (more like 7mm) so threaded a piece of 8mm rod for the 608 bearing.
    On the right you will see a circle cutting guide. Drilled and tapped a piece of 20 x 3mm flat steel for 6mm.
    Routed a 20mm x 3mm groove with a central 6mm groove through the 12mm ply. Underside is an Allen head bolt and M6
    mudguard washer with lock washer.
    Waiting on control switch to finish off

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