Table Saw

  • Should You Resaw on a Table Saw or Band Saw?

    Should You Resaw on a Table Saw or Bandsaw?

    Do you need to resaw a board? If so, you could resaw on a table saw or a bandsaw. There are positives and negatives to both processes. This video will give you what you need to know the next time you’re ready to resaw, and help you decide which tool is right for the job.

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  • Miter Gauge Alignment Trick

    Miter Gauge Alignment Trick

    George Vondriska provides a super quick trick for aligning your miter gauge. Go through this simple technique with him and see how beneficial it is to flip your miter gauge upside down on the table saw. Use this simple trick today to align your miter gauge correctly and efficiently!

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  • Calibrating the Table Saw Blade Height

    Calibrating the Table Saw Blade Height

    We all know how difficult it can be to adjust the height of your table saw blade to make precise dado and half lap cuts. You can ease the struggle by utilizing digital calipers and a calculator to determine exactly how much a quarter turn on your table saw will change the height of the

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  • How To Make a V-Block on the Table Saw

    How to Make a V-Block on the Table Saw

    A V-block is a must-have shop-made jig, especially for safely cutting round stock on the bandsaw. The easiest way to make one? Use a two-cut set up on the table saw and it’ll be V for victory.

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  • How to Face Off and Turn End Grain - Woodworking Video

    How to Face Off and Turn End Grain

    George Vondriska teaches you how to complete a sheering cut with a bowl gauge in order to face off the rough end grain on a spindle. He demonstrates the proper technique, which involves making a small shoulder at the end of your spindle material and turning the gouge to start the sheer. You’ll end up

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  • Making a Tapered Leg Jig Using a Table Saw

    Making a Tapered Leg Jig Using a Table Saw

    George Vondriska teaches you how to create a simple custom-dimension tapered leg jig for your woodworking projects that require tapered chair or table legs. He walks you through the building process, demonstrating the proper technique for transferring a cut angle from your leg to the jig, adding a retaining block to the bottom, and attaching

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  • Make a Jig for a Half-Lap Joint

    Make a Jig for a Half-Lap Joint

    Half lap joints are a popular way to join two pieces of wood together and can be used on a number of woodworking projects. One way to cut half lap joints is on a table saw. George Vondriska takes you step-by-step on how to create a simple jig for cutting half lap joints on a

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  • Retrieving a Lost Arbor Nut

    Retrieving a Lost Arbor Nut

    George Vondriska teaches you a simple and time-efficient method for retrieving an arbor nut or washer that has fallen into the sawdust pile inside your table saw. Rather than trying to take apart the machine or wasting time rummaging around in the pile of stuff, George recommends using an extendable, magnetic pick-up tool.

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  • Ripping Furniture Legs

    Ripping Furniture Legs

    George Vondriska teaches you how to rip furniture legs to size on a table saw. He demonstrates the proper technique, which involves doing one pass through with the full slab of wood, a 90-degree turn of the resulting leg, and a second pass through to achieve uniform dimensions on all four sides of the leg

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  • Table Saw Setup - Cabinet Saw

    Table Saw Setup for a Cabinet Saw

    The table saw is the heart of most woodworking shops. Is your table saw setup correctly? If not, it could be inaccurate, provide poor cut quality and, most importantly, be unsafe. This class will take you through the steps required to make sure your cabinet saw is correctly aligned. Supplies You’ll Need You’ll need a

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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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