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While working as a stockbroker in California, Richard Babbitt earned his private pilot’s license with multi-engine, instrument, and commercial ratings. This in turn led to an exciting 27-year career selling private and corporate planes for Beech Aircraft. An avid woodworker, he used his knowledge of aerodynamics to solve the dust-collection problem on tablesaws.
July 28, 2011
Make perfect raised-panel doors with matched router-bit sets
February 10, 2011
$40 tool eliminates test cuts
March 24, 2010
Rare-earth magnets and a framing square offer a wonderful way to set up your entire tablesaw, from the table to the rip fence and the miter gauge. The magnets prevent…
May 27, 2009
This versatile two-part fixture uses sections of PVC pipe to hold the workpiece against the router table and the fence to reduce the chance of kickback and to make a…
May 1, 2009
Enclose the saw, direct the dust, and you'll clear the air
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