When recently building a bed from Woodsmith, I realized that cutting some of the large pieces on my table saw would be cumbersome. Even with an outrigger, it was hard to keep parts square. That’s when I had an idea. As you can see in the photo above, I simply attached a drawer slide to a scrap of wood. The block and slide can be clamped in a portable workbench and adjusted so the height is even with my table saw. With the end of my workpiece resting on the drawer slide, I can push the board through the blade and make a cut with little effort.