Many woodworking projects call for exceptionally thin pieces, such as edge banding and splines. We’ve got a great approach that allows you to cut these small parts safely, with your guard in place. We’ll also show you to set perfect angles on your saw blade and miter gauge.
You may not know this, but the table saw provides a great way to cut thin walled non-ferrous metals. This session teaches you about the perfect blade for this work, and how to safely make the cuts.