So in preparation for my major kitchen remodel, I have been building some prototype cabinets, frames, etc. Testing my skills and making sure my existing tools and jigs are up to the task.
Well my Craftsman router table has a slight warp in it and ruins the last 6” of just about any edge profile. So I made the decision to build a quick and dirty router table with some melamine I had laying around.
It was from an old shop cabinet that came apart.
Well, while handling it, I gave myself two nasty finger cuts (deep paper cut, not a gash). It was like a knife blade. Very straight and smooth . . . and painful.
So I clipped off all the raw edges on the table saw (even the pieces I am not going to use right now) so that no more jaggies are waiting for an unsuspecting hand.
So stay safe my friends. :)
-- Amateur woodworker, professional mess-maker.