Currently I’ve been working on my wife’s side tables for the living for over 2 months now, things have popped up and i’ve been traveling for work as of late, so it’s been a slow process and now the HEATS coming! :(
Below is a quick update where i’m currently at in the project and how I’ve used my Festool Domino XL to build the side tables. At the end, I briefly talk about my new TS blade – the WWII. WOW…........... I’m SOOOO disappointed!!!! It lead me to believe there was something wrong with my TS alignment, however I’ve tripled checked the miter to balde to fence and everything is just fine. The first one I sent back, thinking it was dinged or bent, however the 2nd one had the same issue, so I checked my TS alignment again and again, everything is still square. Finally, I put my SawStop blade back on to see the quality of cut, the same poor cut kept happening, then I installed the Freud Fusion Thin Kerf…. BAMMMM! That’s what i’m talking about, clean cut, better then an nice hand plane! Moral of the story, I’M NOT IMPRESSED BY THE WWII, my money will be going to frueds bank account!!
The only reason i’m in the market for a new blade was due the fact the SawStop’s riving knife is .090 and the Frued Fusion is .091 and SawStop recommends the blade kerf to be bigger than .093 and I agree with them, when cutting hard woods I can feel the friction between the stock on riving knife .
Hope you enjoy this quick video.
-- Lance, Hook'em HORNS! ""V""