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  1. Blade guard

    With my shop setup I have 2 Ryobi BT3100's joined together (leaving one setup with a cross-cut blade and another setup with a rip blade). I'd recently upgraded the stock riving knives and guards to a Shark Guard-since the blade guard portion only takes a few seconds to remove, I opted to save a...
  2. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Hello, I purchased a 2001 1023Z Grizzly Right tilt table saw. No splitter or riving knife were included. But, otherwise, it's in stellar shape. I am in the market for an aftermarket riving knife or splitter. I wonder if anyone can give their opinion on options. I have verified that the...
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So the new saw is in and ready to work. Got the 220 extension cord and new outlet ran last night, what a hummmmm…. Few initial needs I want to approach quickly. First was better riving knife/splitter and Shark Guard seems to be where I've landed. My need for help is on what splitter thickness...
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Good morning! I'm new to LJ and have enjoyed reading the forums. Time for that first post. I recently built a kitchen island and recognized the need for some upgrades to my old Rockwell Unisaw. It's model number 34-771, serial LJ7014. Probably a late 70's model. Safety first - Understanding...
  5. Blogs
    Shark Pole This past Christmas, Santa brought me a Shark Guard. I used it to complete Nathan's crib, but knew I'd need to get it properly mounted before the next project. So I bought a 6' length of 1" square tube steel, a metal cutting blade for the jigsaw, and a bag 'o 5/16 nuts, washers and...
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