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Benchcrafted Split Top Roubo Workbench #2: Finally, Milled Stock - Part 1

06-05-2021 01:02 PM by EarlS | 2 comments »

After most of a month spent using the bandsaw, planing, jointing, cutting, gluing, clamping, then more planing, jointing, gluing, clamping, and just a bit sanding I have the main pieces for the bench. White Oaktop back section: 4-1/8×12 x 87 – 7 boards on endtop front section: 4-1/8×8 x 85-3/4 – 5 boards on end Walnutupper side rail: 3-1/2×2 x 24lower side rail: 4-1/2×2 x24lower front rail: 4-1/4×3 x 43-1/8lower rear rail: 4-1/ 2×2 x 45-5/8 ...

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New X-Cut Sled Crosscut Sled Design w/ videos

05-08-2021 02:35 PM by pintodeluxe | 6 comments »

Here is a new crosscut sled design I came up with. It has a unique cross bridge that connects the two sides of the sled. It allows cuts up to 36” wide, and 24” deep for any cut, and up to 36” deep in situations where the panel can slide under the cross bridge. Two videos to check out: Dimensions and details of X-Cut Sled https://youtu.be/nXcJPz_VC8o Full build video https://youtu.be/whmbJ_cDueY or check out my channel the Thoughtful Woodworker for woo...

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Plywood support, maybe too obvious to post

01-27-2021 11:03 PM by Craftsman on the lake | 15 comments »

As I get older, somehow plywood gets heavier. Anyway, it sucks. If you’re not there yet, wait, you will be eventually. I cut plywood on my table saw. It actually goes pretty good and saves me having to get horses out and use the skillsaw. I was looking at the rail on my saw the other day and thought of this. Nothing earth shattering and I know they have swing up arms you can buy, but I just needed a little support for the wide side of a sheet of plywood when cutting it. I took a 2...

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How I made #22: Zero Setter

12-05-2020 08:37 PM by WoodenWorldDenic | 1 comment »

Here is how I made Zero Setter, jig for setting reference (Zero) point on Router table, saw table and similar machines

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African Rosewood, Leadwood and Maple Workbench build #1: Workbench Base Finished

06-12-2020 09:14 AM by carrera4s | 2 comments »

I am busy building a split top Roubo workbench and have recently finished the base. The base is built from some left-over African Rosewood I had, while the top will be Hard Maple. The vices and sliding deadman will be made from Leadwood. Next up is installing some retractable castors and then the DIY screw for the leg and wagon vices. Stay tuned for those updates! Here are a few pictures of the process so far. Glue-up on the laminated legs: Squaring up the legs after lamina...

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SKIL 3410-02 Table Saw

06-09-2020 09:46 PM by JhonDow321 | 0 comments »

Skil is known for making a wide range of affordable power tools. This is also true for its table saw models, including the Skil 3410-02. The Skil 3410-02 table saw is present in the 1st position in this article as it is the cheapest option present in this article. Even then, it can offer decent performance to its users due to its 10-inch cutting blade. Apart from being highly sharp, this blade is powered by a 15 amp electric motor that results in a decent performance. You get a cutting hei...

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Sawstop safety mechanism fired

05-19-2020 01:00 AM by Craftsman on the lake | 10 comments »

Update 6/2/20 Sawstop sent me a replacement cartridge today. I’d already purchased one but now I have a spare. I’ve heard of this customer service. Now I’ve experienced it. I’ve had my sawstop professional cabinet saw since 2017. I’ve used it a fair amount. Yesterday I’m cutting a small piece of PVC, I turn the saw off and quickly walk away with the piece I cut. In the couple of seconds it takes for the blade to spin down the safety mechanism fires. ...

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Craftsman 113 crank handles

04-26-2020 11:01 PM by billmc63 | 2 comments »

Hello everyone. What are the people with an older, 1970’s, series 113 Craftsman table saws using when the adjustment crank handles strip out ?

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Jet table saw jwts-10jf / blade splitter missing

02-28-2020 02:09 AM by Reto | 9 comments »

I recently bought a Jet table saw jwts-10jf on craigslist, restored it – which was a lot of fun – but I miss the blade splitter. Seems difficult to find the splitter for such an older model. Does anyone have one or know where to get one ? Your help is much appreciated. Ciao, Reto

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Cabinet Table Saw

01-24-2020 04:16 PM by thecrus8r | 11 comments »

Greetings, I am in the market for a new table saw, specifically a table saw with a large enough surface space to safely push larger pieces of lumber through. From what I have come across on my own would be some form of a cabinet table saw. Would anyone have some affordable NEW, not used, recommendations that are south of $2k? Projects include, but not limited to, the following: - eat-in benches- pull out trash/recycle bins- simple cabinets- box frames- floating shelves- table tops/en...

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