wenatchee, WA, US

Recent comments

Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking's Tables and Chairs

Hopefully the book will have pictures of every project near the front of the book so that it can be easily scanned for what would interest the reader. Many books lack this feature making them more difficult to determine if anything of interest is in the book.

Re: Winner Chosen for Tablesaw Safety Tip Challenge

The safety "device" I use the most is a large paadle that I hit with my knee to turn off the saw. Sometimes near the end of a cut I feel the wood move wrong and almost without thinking my knee hits the paddle and a possible problem or accident is avoided. I have been cutting wood and see a possible problem develop and because of the knee paddle I can keep both hands on the table holding wood or jig in place and still turn off the saw. The paddle is not an excuse for improper technique but it is so nice to have and use.

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