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Wedge is the secret to perfect angled mortise-and-tenon joints

Wedge is the secret to perfect angled mortise-and-tenon joints

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A simple wedge is the solution to cutting angled mortises and tenons to fit them.

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You Cant Beat the Physics of Kickback

You Can't Beat the Physics of Kickback

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This startling example of kickback just goes to show that Mother Nature always wins

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3 Sleds for Better Crosscuts

3 Sleds for Better Crosscuts

A well-built crosscut sled will reward you with accurate cuts for years to come

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Use an offcut to make a perfectly fitted rabbet joint

Use an offcut to make a perfectly fitted rabbet joint

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This past weekend I was called into action to help my daughter make a prototype of her invention for her schools "Invention Convention." She had designed a box with compartments to hold craft...

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A Nutty Alternative to SawStop Technology

A Nutty Alternative to SawStop Technology

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This tablesaw safety technique is not for those with squeamish eyes

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Tablesaw Safety Around the Clock

Tablesaw Safety Around the Clock

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Reader's accidental project is a constant safety reminder

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Neckties and Tablesaws Just Dont Mix

Neckties and Tablesaws Just Don't Mix

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A safety-conscious California Assemblyman sets his sights on tablesaw safety but comes up short

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How to make a sacrificial rip fence that never wears out

How to make a sacrificial rip fence that never wears out

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On a recent trip to Michael Fortune's shop, I picked up a cool way to make a sacrificial fence that partially buries your dado set.The best part about it is that the blade never cuts into the fence.

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Accurate crosscuts on the tablesaw

Accurate crosscuts on the tablesaw

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A simple trick for aligning your cut mark with the blade

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Download our Best Woodworking Tips & Tricks!

Download our Best Woodworking Tips & Tricks!

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Be sure to grab this free chapter download from our latest collection of woodworking tips.

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Glory, thy name is Unifence

Glory, thy name is Unifence

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I recently upgraded the rip fence on my Unisaw, installing a Delta Unifence with 50 in. of rip capacity. The fence has made such a huge improvement, it's like I bought a new saw.

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Play Against the Grain: The Wrong Way to Rip

Play Against the Grain: The Wrong Way to Rip

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Help prevent a common tablesaw accident in the latest edition of our online game. Plus, read one woodworker's story about "what went wrong."

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Is the Radial Arm Saw on its Last Legs?

Is the Radial Arm Saw on its Last Legs?

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Has the tool gone the way of the Model T or T-Rex?

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How to Mill Lumber

How to Mill Lumber

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Learn how to mill and prepare rough lumber for your furniture projects.

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Tablesaw upgrades

Tablesaw upgrades

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Take a look at how I spent my weekend: rewiring my tablesaw, which is more a job than you might think.

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ALL you need to know about using the tablesaw

ALL you need to know about using the tablesaw

Read our review of a new DVD epic about tablesaw set-up and safety

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