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Current Lead Time:

Attention

The lead time for a new Shark Guard order is probably around 4 weeks.
This is due to order volume. Lead time does fluctuate. It is an estimate. Splitter or riving knife orders would be in about a week. We do have a small supply of these in stock now, so it would take just a little time to finish them out. Brackets and accesories may take about the same time. There is no need to use Paypal to get on the waiting list for Shark Guards. Just send an email with the model and options you would like. That will secure you a spot on our waiting list. I will confirm this via email.
I prefer this method. We could settle up just before your order ships. Feel free to ask about the status of your order or the availability of your particular model or possible lead time at anytime via email.

What's New:

New

 

We will be adding a new product very soon. It will be dust shoes for CNC routers. Stay tuned for information about those in the coming weeks if you are interested. We still have R&D in the works for other upgrades and products and table saw models. If you want to get on the waiting list for a Shark Guard, just send an email with the details of the order you would like.

Thank you for your interest.

Product Disclaimer

All of the items that you get from us are guaranteed to be of good quality, made from the best material available. If you aren't pleased with the condition of what we send you, you get your money back upon return. As with any aftermarket accessory,

YOU

must decide if these are the right additions or modifications for your comfort and safety. There is no way to use your table saw and be RISK FREE. The items that we make are merely safety aids. They will NOT PREVENT injury. They are a deterant to it.

Saws are very dangerous machines. Saws can KILL or MAIM you.

These accessories may not comply with rules and regulations in your area. You must decide for yourself whether to use these accessories or not. It is your safety that is at risk when using any power tool or accessory. Since we cannot be there for each and every setup and cut that you make, we cannot be held responsible for any accidents that occur as a direct result of any information or equipment that you receive from us or this website. You should familiarize yourself with saws and safety techniques in order to use it sucessfully.

Any responsibility for the use of this product(s) ultimately rests on your own shoulders.

Ordering anything from us is an acknowledgement that you understand these risks and responsibilties and that you are willing to accept the consequences of using them. If you are un-certain as to WHO is RESPONSIBLE for the setup and usage of any of these accessories,

DO NOT PURCHASE THEM.

Lynn's Jig

 

Below are photo's of an alternative design from the original for this jig. Several additions to this basic Lynn's jig have been added by different people over the years and these are the results of just my take on upgrades. Some searching around the web may yeild other additions. The plans originally fell off the net a while back and I decided to preserve it for as long as I can. It is a fine design originally and that part isn't mine at all. It is well worth building. It's incredibly accurate.

In these photo's I didn't take the time to cut my stock to the proper width. You need to do that for the tops and bottoms to line up correctly. This was just some stock I had left over after making another box. That is easy to do though. When designing your box, simply let your width dimensions fall on 1/4 inch or even 1/8" increments, depending on how large your fingers joints are. I really like them at 1/4" on small boxes and 3/8" to 1/2" on larger ones. The width of your stock should be considered as well. This is just a personal preference.

 

Here is another link that may provide a little help on this jig.

 

Here are a couple great video's on Youtube by Colin Knecht of Woodworkweb.com. Thanks a bunch, Colin. I suggest watching both of those before starting on this project. Have some fun with it.

 

Making a box joint jig

 

 

Box joint jig settings and how they work

 

 

Modified Lynn's jig

 

Click here for larger Flash file

 

Lock nut detail

 












 

 
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