Well. I finally got around to uploading the pics of my new saw so here they are It even came with the Dado throat plate. It runs like a dream compared to my last one.
<div></div> I’d like to detail exactly what I did so if anyone wants to recreate this for their saw they would have some exact guidance. Firstly I noticed that the power switch was on the left… I felt this was dangerous. I knew that the adjustment for the saw blade angle was on the right, but I felt it was also necessary to move the power switch to the right. I notice that the angle iron which supports the rail on my saw had two predrilled and counter sunk holes on t...
I dug my old “on hold” T square fence project today. It’s kinda rusty, but no problem. I am showing it together at the start. It is pretty heavy with the square tubing and angle iron bolted together. There should be enough strength there to hold the top in place once I get it flat. Here it is apart so you can see the seperate pieces better. I think the picture is pretty self explanitory of how it works. I have to devise a method of clamping it to the square tube...
The inability to find the adhesive during the assembly process because your shop is so messy.
The tendency to obsess about woodworking at the expense of all other important aspects of your life (i.e. relationship, job, children, etc.).
The furry companion that lays down in the sawdust right in front of your workbench.
The manual that you had to read several times before before figuring out how to use your new power tool.
The swollen knuckle you whacked with the dead blow hammer while assembling your latest project.
Everything you wear while in the shop (i.e. socks, underwear, etc.)
When the Mrs. constantly checks on you to make sure you’re using the safety equipment that came with your table saw, that you promptly removed.
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