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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.
Stop blocks help you cut parts more accurately and more consistently. Bob shows you why you need to use stop blocks more often in your shop.
February 1, 2017
The U.S. International Trade Commission's new ruling might be the final nail in the coffin for Bosch's Reaxx tablesaw
January 27, 2017
Beautiful Belt-Driven Woodworking Machines, Rescued from the Rust
December 5, 2016
I’ve been using small power feeders on my router tables for close to 20 years, and using them has revolutionized the quality of pretty much everything I do with a table-mounted router.
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