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Ridgid Table Saw Tool Review

Ridgid Table Saw Review

Hybrid table saw innovation is less than a decade old. It marries the benefits of stationary cabinet saws like a cast iron top, full-depth T-Slots, great dust collection, and a high quality adjustable fence with the merits of the contractor saw including low amperage draw, reasonable price and portability. The hybrid has become a favorite

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Powermatic Tenon Jig: Product Review

The Powermatic TJ Tenoning Jig has a unique feature; you can use the cutting tool you cut the mortise with to set up the jig and dial in the resulting tenon. Seems like a great idea. Does it work? Let’s find out. This is the unique feature of the Powermatic Tenon Jig. Sandwich the cutting

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A Better Push Stick from ADS

A Better Push Stick from ADS

Ripping thin strips on a table saw is a precarious operation so it is critical to use good safety equipment. Watch as Paul Mayer reviews an innovative push stick design from ADS.
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Table Saw Essentials Class DVD

Class DVD: Table Saw Essentials It’s hard to imagine a woodworking shop that doesn’t include a table saw. Whether you’re rough cutting stock to size, taking it to its final dimensions, or doing the joinery required for your woodworking project, a table saw has you covered. This instructional video class provides you with must-have information

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Advanced Table Saw Techniques Class DVD

Class DVD: Advanced Table Saw Techniques While it’s true that a table saw excels at ripping, crosscutting and dadoes, there’s SO much more you can do on your saw. Buckle your seat belt and get ready to learn! You’re going to be amazed by the seven incredible techniques you’ll learn in this video class. Some

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Table Saw Joinery Class DVD

Class DVD: Table Saw Joinery Most woodworkers will agree that the table saw is at the heart of a woodshop – and is key to making quality woodworking projects. This video class will help ensure that you’re getting the most out of your table saw by increasing your table saw joinery “vocabulary.” Your instructor, master

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Reviewing the General International Hybrid Saw 50-200R M1

New Table Saw from General

Here’s the deal. Contractor saws offer mobility and are typically plug and play, meaning you can plug them into a 110-volt outlet and you’re good to go. Cabinet saws generally have better dust collection, are heavier and harder to move than contractor saws, and usually require a 220-volt circuit. A while back the tool engineers

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Using a Combo Blade to Rip and Crosscut

3 Great Table Saw Blades

One of the coolest table saws I ever saw was an old Oliver (and I mean old). Turning a crank on the front of the machine rotated one blade out of the way under the table and brought another one up. What an easy way to change blades… no wrench required. For the rest of

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Mastering Table Saw Skills 3-DVD Class Set

3-DVD Class Set: Mastering Table Saw Skills Table Saw skills are among the most fundamental and important in maximizing your time and success in your wood shop. With this set of 3 class DVDs, you’ll get in-depth instruction and new ideas related to a variety of table saw skills and capabilities. You’ll come away from

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Clamp Rack and Outfeed Support in One

This simple clamp rack solves two problems. It holds a boat load of bar clamps, (there are 46 on mine) and it provides support adjacent to the table saw. You can build the whole thing from home center materials. Casters make it mobile so you can easily move it from bench to saw. Here are

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