Table Saw

  • Digital Angle Gauge

    Using a Digital Angle Gauge to Set Table Saw Miter Gauge Angles

    A table saw miter gauge is a handy “must have” accessory that can be used for a variety of applications. There are a variety of ways to set this up so that it is perfectly square, and George demonstrates a couple ways to do that here. Assuming that you have mastered the basics of how

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  • Table Saw Dado Cuts Create Lock Joints

    There are countless approaches to joining two boards together, and our job as woodworkers is to choose an appropriate joint for each application. A good joinery option to have in our arsenal is called a lock joint, which is commonly used on projects that include drawers. This joint essentially combines a table saw dado on

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  • How to Cut Acrylic

    How to Cut Acrylic with a Table Saw

    Learn how to cut acrylic sheets with a table saw, safely and effectively. Incorporating glass into a woodworking project can add an interesting design element, but it can be an expensive proposition to have glass cut to a custom size by a professional to match the specifications of your project. Acrylic offers a nice alternative

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  • How to Cut Dovetails with a Table Saw Dovetail Jig

    Cut Dovetail Sockets with a Shop-Made Table Saw Dovetail Jig

    Learn a new method of cutting dovetail sockets that utilizes a shop-made table saw jig. Everyone loves the look of dovetails, and they deliver unquestionable strength and durability as a woodworking joint. The approach described by George in this video is a simple, flexible means of producing high quality dovetails using a table saw dovetail

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    Q&A With George: Beginners Woodworking

    ENJOY THIS FREE VIDEO ON BEGINNERS WOODWORKING TIPS! Every once in a while we get a visitor in the shop during a video shoot. This happened a few months ago when Greg Timmerman paid us a visit. He had some great questions about setting up his table saw, table saw blade selection, and routing dadoes

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  • How to Cut Grooves in Wood for a Perfect Fit

    Perfect Grooves for Plywood with a Table Saw

    Not a huge surprise, but 1/4″ plywood isn’t really 1/4″ thick. It’s typically undersized. If you use a dado head or router bit to make a groove to receive the plywood, it’ll probably be too big. Learn how to cut grooves in wood to receive plywood with a perfect fit. One saw blade, two passes,

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  • Table Saw Safety – Guards & Splitters

    Table Saw Safety: Guards and Splitters

    Table saw safety is critical for every woodworker. Bruce Kieffer’s table saw safety article explores options for aftermarket and shop-made table saw guards and splitters. Be safe and saw often!

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  • Shop Accident Statistics & Woodworking Safety

    Shop Accident Statistics and Woodworking Safety

    Every year, hospitals see injuries caused by woodworking tools in the emergency room. This includes professionals and hobbyists, students and homeowners. The types of injuries vary, as there are more ways to make mistakes in a woodshop than there are ways to plan ahead for them – precisely why they’re called accidents! In 2011, the

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  • Jointing on a table saw

    Jointing on the Table Saw

    There are plenty of times when you need your boards to have a smooth, straight edge. No jointer? No sweat. With the help of a simple shop-made jig you can be jointing on the table saw. Even if you own a jointer, jointing on the tables saw is a handy technique to know about. If

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  • Resaw on a Table Saw

    Resaw on a Table Saw

    We’ve already asked the question, “Should You Resaw on a Table Saw or Band Saw?” You decided this job should be done on the table saw. Now, we show you how to do this, and do it safely. Follow along as George Vondriska offers his tips for safe and successful cuts on the table saw,

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4 Responses to “Table Saw”
  1. PAUL

    I recently bought an older Delta Unisaw at an auction.Can I add a riving knife to an older Delta Unisaw?

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Paul,

      Thank you for your patience. In response to your question-

      I’m not aware of a commercial product for this. If you come across something please let us know as I’d like to take a look at it.

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America

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