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One of the hazards of crosscutting plywood on the table saw is the unsightly tearout you get where the blade exits the material. Bruce Kieffer demonstrates a great technique that results in smooth, tearout-free cuts.
George Vondriska provides table saw safety tips using an outfeed table.
A table saw is often one of the first big woodworking tools purchased by homeowners. This AsktheBuilder.com video takes you through all of the features to look for when you are ready to buy a table saw .
Bruce Kieffer is a professional furniture maker who always wants his tools to be as accurate as possible. In this clip, he demonstrates his technique for calibrating the fence on a table saw so that you’re assured of dead-on cuts every time.
This DIY table saw table is the perfect solution for cutting long boards or big sheets of plywood . It's also a handy workbench with storage trays. When finished, a DIYer can quickly dismantle the table saw table and store it flat against a wall, saving valuable garage space.
Build a simple table saw sled to make perfectly square cross cuts in both small and wide boards. You only need a 4x4 sheet of 1/2-in. plywood and a few hours time.
Cut plywood sheets and long boards easily, accurately and safely on a portable table saw with this fold-up, jobsite work table. Construction is simple, and you can set it up and break it down quickly.
With these five easy-to-make accessories, your portable table saw can rip long boards safely, crosscut wide boards accurately, make repetitive cuts and dadoes fast and easily and more. It'll perform more like its big brother, the stationary table saw . And better, you can pull out the saw and accessories and set up shop wherever you want.
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