In complete honesty, I wasn’t quite sure what all I was going to have to say about a dado stack. That changed dramatically after putting it through the paces. I was excited about this review, don’t get me wrong, but just didn’t know exactly what there was to say about a dado stack other than […]
Let’s talk about the awesomeness that is the Freud Glue Line Rip Blade and why it’s made such an impact in my shop. With woodturning as my main interest, I don’t have a large need for a jointer on a daily basis. Because of this and limited space, I only have two options for truing up glue […]
When you get past all the bells and whistles of some modern table saws, the machine is really quite simple. There’s an arbor that spins a blade… But even with a great fence, miter gauge, and whatever other accessories you pimp out your table saw with, unless the arbor and flange run true, you’re going […]
I found myself desperately wanting/needing an upgrade from the supplied fence on my 40’s era Walker Turner 1180b table saw. Of all the fences out there, the only one I hadn’t used at one time or another was the Incra TS-LS. The fence works similarly to the rack and pinion systems that used to be common on […]
Injury is an all too real danger for woodworkers regardless of the tool being used. I’m very excited to share with you a product that improves the safety and accuracy of woodworking. Up for review is the GRR-RIPPER GR100 from Micro Jig. Out of the gate, I was impressed by the great packaging and very […]
Worried about kickback on your table saw? Who isn’t really? Most if not all modern saws arrive with either a splitter or riving knife that prevents wood from pinching the back side of a table saw blade as the stock is run through the saw. This little piece of material pays dividends in preventing kickback. […]
For those of you that have used a table saw whose rip fence isn’t quite straight, you know how frustrating it can be. Here’s the run down on how I added a new surface to true up the fence on my Walker Turner 1180b.