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How to Make a Jointer Jig for a Table Saw

If you don’t have the budget for a jointer or simply don’t have enough space to store it, you’ll benefit from learning how to make a jointer jig for a table saw. This way, you…

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Track Saw vs Table Saw: How to Choose Which Is Best

Any workshop will not be complete without a dependable working saw. ​Two of the more popular types of saws are the table saw and track saw. If you’re wondering which one you should buy, this…

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How to Square Plywood on a Table Saw

In an ideal world, every corner of every plywood sheet would be perfectly square. Needless to say, we don’t live in an ideal world. While not every project calls for perfect angles, some do –…

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How to Cut Plywood Straight Without a Table Saw

Table saws are great for cutting plywood down to size with accuracy and precision, but what if you don’t have one available? This guide will teach you how to cut plywood straight without a table…

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Best Digital Angle Gauge for Table Saw [2021 Review]

When you want to take the guesswork out of bevel cuts, you’ll want to use an angle gauge. With all the choices out there, however, how do you know which one to get? This buyer’s…

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How to Cut a Triangle on a Table Saw

Throughout the course of your woodworking adventures the time may come when you need to cut a triangle. While this job may seem more suited to a miter saw or circular saw, you may not…

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What Is a T-Slot Track on a Table Saw?

High-end furniture fittings like sliding doors make people love their homes. A table saw is an important tool when making furniture, especially one with a T-slot track. Question is, exactly what is a T-slot track…

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Which Way Do the Blade Teeth Go on a Table Saw?

The direction of the teeth of your table saw blade plays a vital role in determining your project’s quality and safety. With the teeth facing the right direction, you will have effective woodworking with plausible…

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What Is Runout on a Table Saw Arbor?

Table saws are great assets in every woodworking shop. In fact, it is the most useful tool in most shops. Ideally, table saw blades should rotate in a perfect circle without any deviations downwards or…


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