|Used with:||table saw, bandsaws|
|Location:||usually table saw or chop saw station|
|Similar (More or Less):||push blocks|
Commercial ones exist, but many designs can be self-made and will actually match your use case better!
When you need to hold a very small workpiece, try using two eraser-tipped pencils instead of your fingers.
- red plastic stick - came with the table saw, but unsuitable for thin workpieces and only really giving control at the edge
- self-made plywood stick - based on a free plan by Paoson WoodWorking, great for applying pressure to a large area of (thin) workpieces from above
- also see the corresponding instructable for more info