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, and learn what kind of blade George recommends for clean cuts.
Did you remember to bring your sanding equipment? You’re going to need if for this week’s sanding techniques. Dave Munkittrick teaches you a simple memory trick that he likes to use when he is sanding his woodworking projects. Rather than leaving a project overnight, coming back to it in the morning and guessing which gritWatch Now >>
If you’ve looked closely at handsaws you’ve probalby noticed a difference in teeth. Some point toward the handle, some point away. This means that some cut on the pull stroke, some on the push stroke. We’re talking about Japanese saws versus Western saws. They both cut wood, but they each do it very differently. OneWatch Now >>
The spoil board on a CNC router is considered a consumable commodity. Whether you’re screwing material down to the spoilboard, or doing through cuts that slightly cut into it, eventually you’re going to have to fly cut or level your spoil board. This video walks you through the process, helping your understand how to setWatch Now >>