September 19, 2017
SuperMax Tools announced some big news today: It has been acquired by Laguna. SuperMax's press release (below) doesn't get into too many specifics on the deal, but Bill Schroeder, president of…
September 12, 2017
I use my tablesaw most often to cut 3⁄4-in.-thick stock. To set the blade to the proper height without measuring, I mark both sides of the blade with a Sharpie…
August 7, 2017
Absorbent and pink and porous is he
July 25, 2017
A riving knife for old cabinet saws
July 4, 2017
If you try to use the rip fence as a stop block when crosscutting on the tablesaw, the trapped, unsupported cutoff can turn into a missile. The safe method is…
June 6, 2017
My jointer is only 6 in. wide, and I often have to joint wider boards than that. To flatten those boards with my big planer, I use a sled with…
May 25, 2017
In this video, FWW editor Tom McKenna shows you a magnetic stop block that is placed against the fence making safe crosscuts faster and easier
April 27, 2017
Before discovering this technique, Rollie could get his tablsaw to cut like a champ when the blade was at 90°, but as soon as he started making bevel cuts he experienced a ragged, scorched cut.
March 29, 2017
Some folks use standard push sticks for keeping fingers safe on the bandsaw, and others don’t bother. I find that this push-stick design gives me better control, helping me push…
February 8, 2017
Kevin Rodel has come to rely on his Ulmia tablesaw, which cleverly combines a tablesaw and a slot mortiser. Watch as he shows off the features of one of his all-time favorite tools.
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