I designed an all-in 3D printed table saw throat insert. It features changeable dovetailed zero clearance strips that are easy to make from 1/4″ birch plywood. The insert allows full range of movement of blade and splitter (height and tilt angle). It has leveling feet for perfect alignment with the table surface, a safety tab, and fine fit adjustment screws. It can be printed on most common household 3D printers. While it is tailored for my particular table saw, I’m hoping that the design can be tweaked to fit other left tilting saws.
I designed a snap lid to be used with the box from the Cascade Platinum dishwasher tabs. The original lid that comes with the box is very flimsy and has a weird split design, which makes it hard to reuse. The 3.8 L box, on the contrary, is very sturdy, and I wanted to be able to reuse it for storage. This 3D printed lid is designed to fit it snugly and features snap tabs that grab the snap collar on the box.
I designed a simple 3D-printed mount that allows me to store my wood lathe chucks on the wall or any other vertical surface. I mounted mine on the wall of my wooden lathe stand. The mount is designed for 1″ 8TPI thread, but if you like the idea, it should be very easy to design the same mount for other spindle sizes.