5 Steps To Making Safer Table Saw Cuts

Using your table saw is something you should be very comfortable with. It’s not good to feel skiddish when you start making a cut. You also shouldn’t be second guessing yourself in the middle of the cut. Have you ever finished a cut on the table saw and thought, dang I’m lucky i didn’t lose a finger. Sooo…, you were probably doing something you shouldn’t … Read More

Miter Sled

How To Build A Miter Sled

In this project tutorial we’ll be making a miter sled, which will be dedicated to cutting 45 degree angle cuts, ideal for trim work, picture frames, wall decor, and many other projects. This is a sled for your table saw and it’s made with a 1/2″ plywood base (although that can be done in 3/4″), the miter fences are 1-1/2″ plywood (two 3/4″ pieces laminated), … Read More

How to tune your table saw fence

How To Tune Your Table Saw Fence

Tuning your fence is an important part of woodworking. And in case you didn’t already know, tuning your fence is done by aligning the fence with your table saw’s miter slot, not the blade. Note – Aligning your table saw’s blade is another process I explain here. Below, I’m going to show you 2 ways you can tune your fence so you know that it’s … Read More

Align your table saw blade

How to Align Your Table Saw Blade

Similar to aligning your table saw fence, keeping your blade straight is also very important for any wood shop. If it’s not straight, you’ll burn the wood as you make your cuts. If it’s bad enough it can even possibly cause kickback. The (not so secret) trick is to align the blade with your miter slot. This is a fixed reference point on your table … Read More

Rabbets, grooves and dados

Rabbets, Grooves, and Dados 101

A dado is a square or rectangular slot cut from one end of a board to the other, and technically it goes across the grain, while the slot is called a groove if it goes with the grain. However, many times this is still referred to as a dado. A stopped dado is when the slot doesn’t extend to the end of the board. This … Read More

Table Saw Sled

Table Saw Sled: How To Build Your Own – FREE Tutorial With Pictures

The absolute best cut quality I have ever achieved was, and always is, on a table saw. More often than not, using a table saw sled. The table saw cut’s smoother, cleaner, and with a good blade, requires less sanding (if any at all). When you incorporate a good table saw sled (crosscutting sled) in your shop, you can begin to create perfect cross cuts … Read More

Woodworking for beginners

Woodworking for Beginners – Tools, Projects, and Techniques

I absolutely love my woodworking hobby, and today I’m going to share with you all my best advice to get into woodworking for beginners. I’ve tried various types of projects, from painted plywood furniture, to scroll saw toys, outdoor concrete-topped tables, to indoor wall-décor and furniture. I absolutely love having the freedom to try new ideas and fun projects. Not to mention, almost everything I’ve … Read More

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