Dremel Table Saw Modifications
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These are some of the modifications I did to my little saw Be SURE to see Bill Wilson's accessories (for sale) on the Dremel Accessory page. No connection with me, but I wanted to give him space here; great stuff and really priced right. Get it before he tires of making it!!.

Don't forget to buy carbide blades for your saw...best thing ever for them.  See the page "The Mighty Dremel Table Saw" for details.  Also, the seamless belts are a very good thing.  Details there, too.  Write me for a .pdf of the manual.  Bob@theaerosmith.com

This is an auxilliary power supply.  The orange wire is "Hot" when the saw switch is ON.  This supplies power to my little vacuum, which is hooked to the back of the saw.  A photo of the vacuum hookup/modification elsewhere.

This is the vacuum hookup.  It encloses the rear of the saw and provides a strong vacuum ensuring a really good job of keeping the work area dust free.

Cut from thin aluminum, this insert is wide to allow for the blade to be tilted.  I have another with the slot just the thickness of the blade.  If you use soft aluminum, a carbide blade can be slowly lifted right through the aluminum, making a perfect slot for the thin-cut insert. 

Bottom-rear of the rip fence.  Home-brew.  Takes a milling machine and a lathe to make one.  No, not for sale.  Bill Wilson's is a great buy I think.

Front-end of the rip-fence.

The modified miter gage.  Get one of Bill Wilson's-just SUPER!

Another view.  Taller fence on it, plus it's very square.  Makes a big difference.