Too bad you don't know how to properly string it.Those pegs need at least three winds, and maybe more on the thicker strings.
I could make a box for the book,yes sir
right on and if you look closely,you can see the half pin at the back and I'm only guessing here but there's probably another one (unless there's an overhang)obscured by this gentleman's hand.............
Just what I need,another book to see all the stuff I'm not making due to Ringette,Dance,soccer,curling and just plain being a Dad.I d take it anyhow.
The Wood Garrett used is Walnut
Peanut butter and Jam sandwiches are good
Blah,blah blah,blah blah,blah,blah.
I did the exact same thing one year ago.The bearing was my friend that day and being a carpenter for 22 years I felt stupid.The injury was the same and no stitches needed.It does happen....
I built this table in sept, 09.I built it from the article and used the same technique for the legs.It worked like a charm and the table turned out beautiful.It was my first real project.
Here is my take on this subject.There really isn't a #1 safety tip for safe use of a table saw or any machinery.All that were mentioned are great safety tips.Each one has it's own merit.I have kept my eye on the blade,properly set up my saw and planned on which way to feed that piece into the saw and had kickback.I think that before you enter your workshop you have to stop and think"there is a potential to get injured today,what am I going to do about that?".
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