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One Rabbeting Bit to rule them all?

September 8, 20152 Comments

When it comes to plowing out material for a rabbet joint I almost always do the job on my table saw using a stacked dado head cutter. Why? Not sure really, force of habit I’m guessing? Actually, it’s probably more to do with a greater sense of safety I have at the table saw than […]

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Table Saw Techniques with Gregory Paolini & SawStop

March 14, 20142 Comments

“Cut a board for a man & help him with a project. Teach a man to cut a board on his own table saw and he can do it himself…so you can work on your own dang stuff!” If you don’t feel like teaching that man yourself have them checkout some of these videos Gregory […]

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505 SawStop & Me “My Full Review”

May 1, 201351 Comments

On today’s episode I’m sharing my full review of the 110V, 1.75HP SawStop cabinet saw I received as part of an advertising deal back in October of 2012. As I had mentioned in the previous video “Hello New Saw”, I wanted to spend a little time with the saw before I shared my opinions about […]

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SawStop Z.C.I. Throat Plate Sneak Peek

March 18, 20138 Comments

I finally had a chance to install the new SawStop Z.C.I. Aluminum body throat plate, available at Infinity Cutting Tools www.infinitytools.com, in my SawStop this weekend. It’s nice to have options when it comes to items like zero-clearance inserts for table saws and this one has some nice bells and whistles. This is just a […]

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492 Hello New Saw!

October 1, 201245 Comments

As table saws go, I’ve had an opportunity over the years to use one from each of the three body types; benchtop, contractor and cabinet. While they’re all tablesaws and do the same job, the specifications of each are very different. Where benchtop and contractor saws are portable in their own ways, the cabinet saw […]

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