In December 2006 #159, Popular Woodworking Magazine Article Index

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By Robert W. Lang
Page: 32

From the December 2006 issue #159
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Traditionally, a shop-made featherboard is used to hold a small or narrow workpiece firmly against a fence or machine table. The common form has been around since the inception of the table saw, and when I first saw the FeatherBow, I thought, “Why would I spend $30 for something I could make in five minutes?” But after testing these featherboards on our table saw and router table, I believe it’s $30 well spent.

From the December 2006 issue #159
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