In short, the answer is yes. However, there are some important caveats to consider.
First, not all table sAWS have miter slots. So if your saw doesn’t have them, you’ll need to improvise. Second, the slots on each side of the blade may not be the same size. So you’ll need to adjust the miter gauge accordingly. Third, not all miter gauges are universal – so you’ll need to purchase one specifically for your saw. Fourth, the slots on some sAWS may be too narrow for certain types of miter gauges. So you’ll need to check before you buy.
Fifth, the slots in some sAWS may be too deep for certain types of miter gauges. So you’ll need to adjust the blade height accordingly. Sixth, not all blades are universal – so you’ll need to purchase a specific type of blade that fits your saw’s slot(s). Seventh, not all screws fit into table saw miter slots – so you’ll need to purchase screws specifically for use with a table saw miter slot. Eighth, not all wood is universal – so you’ll need to purchase wood that is compatible with your table saw’s slot(s). Ninth, not all projects require a perfect fit between the blade and the slot in the table – sometimes a little bit of improvisation will work just fine. Finally, while table saw miter slots are generally universal, there is no such thing as a perfect project – so don’t get too hung up on getting it perfect on the first try!.