As of the time of this posting, the following articles are currently available in the Jigs, Fixtures & Info section:

General BT3x00 Information

How To Identify the Date Of Manufacture Of Your BT3000 - By Rod Kirby
Just How Loud Is The BT3000? - By Jim Frye
Things To Look For When Buying A Used BT3000 - By Jim Frye
Why Buy A BT3000? - By Jim Frye
A DWG Drawing Of The BT3000 - By Chris Hogan
BT3000 Owner's Manual - By Sam Conder
BT3100 Exploded Parts Diagram - By Tom Scanio
Ryobi Micropositioner Manual - By Ryobi

BT3 Maintenance & Repair

Belt Replacement Instructions - By Ed Ellickson
A BT3000 Maintenance Check List - By Jim Frye
Blade Height Adjustment Rebuild Instructions - By "JohnG"
BT3000 Belt Replacement and Shim Adjustment Instructions - By Jim Frye
Sears' Exploded Parts Diagram Of The BT3000 - By Ken Able
Sears Parts Listing for The BT3000 - By Rich Carmack
BT3000 SMT Alignment Instructions - By David Hawkins
The Rod Kirby Method of BT3000 Alignment - By Rod Kirby
BT3000 Rear Fence Clamp Replacement - By Martin Call

BT3 Modifications & Enhancements

An Improved Blade Guard and Splitter - By Rod Kirby
BT3000 Miscellaneous Improvements - By Rod Kirby
BT3000 Cabinet Modifications - By Norm Havens
Drill Powered Drum Sander for BT3000 - By Jim Frye
Dust Collector Pan for BT3000 - By Jim Frye
Articulated Dust Port Cover For the Ryobi BT3000 Table Saw - By Jim Frye
BT3000 Shop-made Extension Table - By Rod Kirby
Ryobi BT3000 Extension Table - By Rob Ballard
Shopmade Handles For The BT3000 - By J.P. Honeywell
BT3000 Safer Power Switch Modification - By Jim Frye
SMT Aluminium Extension For The BT3000 - By Rod Kirby
Ehnanced SMT Aluminium Extension - By Rod Kirby
SMT Fence V2.0 - By Rod Kirby
Wide Table With Miter Slots - By Dave Johnson
Tool Triggered Power Cord For BT3000 And Other Tools - By Jim Frye
Attaching Jigs To The SMT - By Mike Stallard
Zen and the Art of Splitter Shim Making - By Mark "Gugie" Guglielmana

BT3 Fence Attachments

Finger Board for BT3000 Sliding Miter Table - By Jim Frye
Hold-In Featherboard - By Rod Kirby
Shopmade Rip Fence Micro-Adjust - By Rod Kirby
High Fence for Dado and Panel Raising - By Jim Frye
Folding Outfeed Table for BT3000 - By Jim Frye
Shopmade Outfeed Cabinet - By Dave Johnson
A Featherboard For The Rip Fence - By Rod Kirby
Notes On “Ripstrate” Used With The Ryobi BT3000 - By Charlie Oppeneimer
Ryobi BT3000 Router Fence Construction Notes - By Jim Frye
Ryobi BT3000 Stop Block Construction Notes - By Jim Frye
Wide Crosscut Fence For The BT3000 - By Jim Frye
BT3000 Rip Fence Featherboard Add-On - By Fred Hutchinson
The OZ/YANK Router Fence - By Rod Kirby and Randy Atkinson
Making a Polyethylene Featherboard - By Don Hart
Making a friction holder for miter slots - By Don Hart
Another Polyethylene Featherboard - By Don Hart

Miscellaneous BT3 Jigs & Fixtures

Cove Cutting Jigs for the BT3000 - By Jim Frye
BT3000 Jig Saw Mount - By Jim Frye
Micro-Adjuster For A Router Table Fence - By Rod Kirby
BT3000 Accessory Table Router Mounting Plate Template - By Jim Frye
An Easy Way To Make ZCTPs For The Ryobi BT3000 - By Tim Kuchta
Zero Clearance Throat Plates with Levelers - By Lee Styron
Full Extension Hardwood Drawer Slides - By Mark Stripes

Mobile BT3s

Jeff Browning's BT3000 - By Jeff Browning
BT3000 Portability Modification - By Brad Anderson
A Mobile Base For The BT3000 - By Rod Kirby
Pat Greco's BT3000 - By Pat Greco
WrkWatchr's Mobile BT3000 Cabinet - By Roy Shrove
Maroon & Maple - A Mobile BT3 Cabinet - By Sam Conder
Spruce and Sandeply – Another base option - By Jim Dwight
BT3100 Compact 4-Wheel Dolly - By Rick Slaugh

Traditional Table Saw Jigs - BT3 Style

Rod Kirby’s Miter Slot For The BT3000 - By Rod Kirby
Raised Panel Jig - By George McKeown
SMT Mounted Taper Jig - By Rod Kirby
A Tenon Jig For The BT3000 SMT - By Jack Mogren
A Tenon Jig for the Ryobi BT3000 - By Highland Hardware
Construction Notes for the BT3000 Tenon Jig - By Jim Frye
SMT Mounted Tenon Jig - By Mark "Black Walnut" Stripes

Miscellaneous Articles

A Sticky Subject: Glue - By Sam Conder
A Review of my excursion to the Indianapolis woodworking show - By Sam Conder
Cove Cut Calculator - By JP Honeywell

Tool Reviews

A Review of the BT3100 Woodcutting Table Saw - By Sam Conder
A Review of the Ryobi OSS500 Oscillating Spindle Sander - By Ken Massingale
A Review of the Jointech JST-R4232M 42" Saw Train System for the Ryobi BT3 series table saw - By Sam Conder
A Review of the Ryobi BD4600 Belt & Disc Sander - By Don Hart
A Review of the MicroPreciis BT3 Fixture Blocks - By Sam Conder


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