Martin Mesároš
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Feather board set up against stock.

Feather board set up against stock.

Essential Tablesaw Blades Choose complementary blades for perfect results By Tim Johnson In the dark ages of woodworking, before carbide, you never used the same blade for ripping and crosscutting. Cutting plywood required yet another blade. Today, hybrid blades allow you to avoid blade changes entirely—unless you want absolutely perfect results. Then it’s better to have more than one blade. I’ll show you how to choose the right primary …

Essential Tablesaw Blades Choose complementary blades for perfect results By Tim Johnson In the dark ages of woodworking, before carbide, you never used the same blade for ripping and crosscutting. Cutting plywood required yet another blade. Today, hybrid blades allow you to avoid blade changes entirely—unless you want absolutely perfect results. Then it’s better to have more than one blade. I’ll show you how to choose the right primary …

Circular Saw Blade Examples.:

Circular Saw Blade Examples.:

Tips on Installing Full Extension drawer Slides

Tips on Installing Full Extension drawer Slides

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Selecting the right joint: frames & tables

Selecting the right joint: frames & tables

A story stick is a great way to set up your tablesaw fence accurately without measuring every time. But sometimes, measurements too near each other can be hard to mark and read reliably. My solution: Create a storyboard out of a scrap of 1⁄8" hardboard. For every fence setup, after I cut my workpieces, I make a short cut on the storyboard, and write in the measurement and the name of the part. That way, if I forget to cut a piece or have to make a recut, it is simple to capture the blade in…

A story stick is a great way to set up your tablesaw fence accurately without measuring every time. But sometimes, measurements too near each other can be hard to mark and read reliably. My solution: Create a storyboard out of a scrap of 1⁄8" hardboard. For every fence setup, after I cut my workpieces, I make a short cut on the storyboard, and write in the measurement and the name of the part. That way, if I forget to cut a piece or have to make a recut, it is simple to capture the blade in…

Técnicas para fortalecer la union

Técnicas para fortalecer la union