10 Most Insane Table Saw Jigs on YouTube
10 Most Insane Table Saw Jigs on YouTube
After a decade on youtube, I have over 500 videos posted, and many of them were woodworking jigs that did things no one had seen before. So I grabbed 10 of these projects and put them in this video and talked about each build a bit for a behind the scene look at some of my Table saw jigs many folks have called Genius.
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I want to see more Izzy!!! Please bring more to the table for us. Recently I was having meaningful conversations with my gorgeous wife how I watched your earlier videos and how amazingly crazy your skills are and the numerous jigs you have created for your “TABLE SAW JIGS”. You are super crazy intelligent!!!!! Your jigs are beyond innovative talent. You truly have intuition and engineering understanding that people like myself wish we had. So, I and I’m sure others like myself WANT TO SEE MORE OF THIS CONTENT. PLEASE BRING IT TO THE PEOPLE!!!!!!
Where do you source hard wood in the greenville area?
So creative. Thank You so much.
19:00 pretty cool. I might try that.
Greeds from the Nederlands
The Legendary Hitachi Drill!
You are a fart smeller! Loved the videos
Somehow I missed the churro, but I remember all the rest.
Where in Mi. are you from?
GREAT VIDEO ENJOYED VERY MUCH PLEASE SHOW MORE I AM SURE LOTS OF PEOPLE WILL ENJOY THEM THANK YOU
Misspelling for comments 😂😂😂 I respect it
Dont think 2013 was long before CNC… lol.
Great video. A real blast from the past.
I believe I started watching with the bowl jig. Are there any of your jigs/designs that you would ever redesign. Now that you have more good and/or questionable jig experience and the cnc .
I just recently made one of the Circ Saw Table saws. I posted a pic of it on a local FB Group page, and seem to get a bit of negative feedback. Do you have any videos where you use one to build a project?
Izzy, you are always an inspiration. Keep up the good work! My shop-made table saw using a skilsaw was based on your video. I still have that shop-made general-purpose tablesaw and use it for rough cuts and not-so rough cuts whenever I have the big PM2000B set up and calibrated for dedicated specific cuts. You never have enough saws!
I’ve been viewing YouTube since 2008 and you’ve most definitely astounded me and the world with your hard work, creativity and results.. hope lots of folk will have a look through the play lists on your channel ..here.. Thanks a million Izzy. 🎉🎉👍
loved this type of video …. i mean many videos in one shot.
I’m one of those newer viewers that have been watching your videos for just a couple of years, and I loved this! Please do more.
This is a real fun watch and a great walk down memory lane. Might I suggest the possibility of a video number on each segment video. That way the viewer can make a note and go back through the archive to watch the whole video.
there is no body better on youtube
Please, make it more like this one. I love it.
Love your creativity and problem solving
Nope no more of this thank you, I wandered off during it!
Love it & love watching you comment on it. More please!
This is a great look back. I remember most of these as they were posted to YT back then. Great stuff Izzy. You are an innovator.
I gotta say you sure looked like "Uncle Fester" in some of those old vids! LOL!! keep up the good work, thanks
I need to make a simple coving sled… would be really helpful for making drawer spice rack inserts or poker chip insets for gaming tables etc. But all that was really cool. I have never seen someone make a bowl on a table saw or a bowling ball… I have made dowels, spindles, etc on a table saw, since I don’t have a lathe. But I always felt a million folks yelling at me so don’t really advertise it lol. This makes me feel better whenever I see others doing it (and even wilder stuff) and in a repeated fashion… Anyway, thanks for sharing- very cool 🙂
Izzy you are a sick puppy. Wonderful video
I have been watching your videos for probably 8 years now and it’s amazing to see how far things have come in your journey. Scary jigs and not so scary jigs, you bring a positive attitude and creativity to the maker space. Keep your dreams alive, bud!
I think this is a great video because I was unaware of some of the older content and with your comments you cannot only show some of your old creative work but also what you think about it now.
Conversation with the wife: (wife)”honey, what are you thinking?” (Izzy)”I’m thinking of how to make a special jig that would allow me to turn a twist on a table saw” (wife)”Oh!” , remainder of the week she gives Izzy the cold shoulder
Izzy can I ask you what make of clamps do you use
Many years ago, after watching your video on corner clamps, I decided to start a small melamine carpentry workshop (a kind of one-clown circus). I can’t stop thanking the bread that has put those little pieces of wood on my table. You are for me an inspiration and an example to follow. God bless you.
I love the concept of the churro, but the end product looks off, somehow. Might be camera artifacts but the top looks smaller than the base.
Also, you’re my kind of dork!
had to hold my breath on a few of those crazy jigs
progressive twist on a flintlock
Holy cow, that bowl jig is bonkers!
I love the creative bent your mind takes. I remember some of those projects.
I can Binge watch this channel!!!! Love this stuff!!!!
Hey Izzy, good to see ya still kicken it. Proud of ya bud.
Regarding the churro. What about cutting it in two. Stick a steel pole in them and place them on a steel foot. Two nice art pieces! And what maling them even fuctional making them hollow and cut strips of spiral openigs in and put some lightbulbs in! I would def buy them if I was living closeby!!!
I love how the engineer in you kinda "dumbs it down" for us simple basic woodworkers
Great job. Would love more of these. Would be great if in the description area, you would provide links to these old builds so we could watch the full videos on those that interest us.
And, this works really well on your router table.