George Vondriska demonstrates the benefit of using Japanese Pull Saws to make cuts on your woodworking projects that aren’t quite right for a power tool. He explains why the saw has two different sets of teeth – fine on one side for cross-cutting wood and aggressive on the other for ripping – and makes a cut with the saw to show you how simple it is to use.
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George Vondriska provides instruction on how to select the proper side of the wood to cut a veneer, and which band saw blade will help you cut a great piece of veneer for your woodworking projects. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video. Band saw blade provided by PS Wood Machines. For more information,…Watch Now >>
Versatility of a Panel Saw and Router Machine Combo
Most people think you can only use a panel saw to crosscut sheet stock. Today in the workshop, though, George Vondriska demonstrates some of the handy woodworking techniques you can employ with a combination panel saw and router machine. You can crosscut and make repetitive cuts on large sheets of plywood like you would on…Watch Now >>
Anti-Dust Finishing Tip
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If you’ve ever tried to clamp two pieces together that are cut at less than a 90-degree angle, you know how difficult it is to keep the joint from sliding around before it dries. George Vondriska has a neat trick to resovle this clamping challenge using clamp blocks. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original…Watch Now >>
Awfully shaky workbench. I’d expect you’d have one which was more stable.
I’ve found that although it might not be the proper way to use the saw, the crosscut side works better for short ripping runs, and leaves a much cleaner cut, in the same way a normal crosscut saw does.