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TIW Ep 42. - Safety Day - Table Saw Setup

451 days ago by Shawn Sealer | 2 comments »

SAFETY DAY – Tuning up the table saw that caused my kickback accident. figuring out what went wrong.

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TIW Ep.41 - Safety Day Intro - My Accident

451 days ago by Shawn Sealer | 3 comments »

I had a table saw kickback accident in September. i recorded the aftermath. There is gore in this one. If you don’t like that sort of stuff skip to the second episode about finding out how the kickback happened on my saw.

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Country Style Cabinet

495 days ago by bigchopperoo | 3 comments »

So a few weeks ago i posted a picture of the cabinet I made for American Woodworker Magazine. Well finally I’ve got the video done. Hope you enjoy it.

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Shop (Garage) Redo #3: Tools, Thank you Craig's List

539 days ago by PASs | 2 comments »

Thought I’d try this tool gloat as a blog entry. i’ve had the Powermatic 3520b for a few months now (gotta blog that.) When I first got it the two old Craftsman lathes had to go away ‘cause there weren’t no room in the inn for three lathes.So I put them under tarps in the driveway and Craig’s listed them to new homes. I knew when I got the 3520 that there was only one place in the garage for it…under the 14 inch I beam that runs from the front to t...

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Safety (or the lack thereof) #1: Rule #3, if your lathe has a safety shield and you can use it....DO!!!

557 days ago by PASs | 8 comments »

My wife, who loves me more than I deserve, let me get a new lathe a few months ago. A Powermatic 3520b.I love this lathe, especially better than the old Craftsman tube-types I had. Anyway, I’ve flung a few pieces of wood off the lathes over the past 40+ years, and I’m always conscious to keep my face shield/mask/goggles in place (unless I forget in the heat of the moment.)But the safety cage just looked better holding a couple of worklights than down in its intended position. ...

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Fitting Inset Doors

561 days ago by bigchopperoo | 3 comments »

If you’ve ever struggled with setting inset doors, I have an easy method for you.

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Rule #1 (not what you think)

636 days ago by Lifesaver2000 | 11 comments »

A lot has been written about safety in the workshop. We all know there is no more important rule than to wear safety glasses. Breathing protection, hearing protection, blade guards, riving knives and many other things are mentioned repeatedly. But tonight I just happen to be in the mood to talk about MY number ONE safety rule: when to not go in to the shop. As may be deduced from my username and avatar, my work often has me up at all hours of the day and night. So it should be no surpr...

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Hot Time in the Ol' Shop, A Heater Safety Tip...

670 days ago by DeLayne Peck | 6 comments »

Got the crap scared out of me last night, BIG TIME. The temperature dipped to 38 degrees in Lincoln, aka the HuskerPlex. To bump the temp up in my detached garage shop, I plugged in my large, forced-air, torpedo heater. It blew a continuous stream of sparks and flaming shreds of debris all over everywhere. After a wild-eyed panic stop, carefully checking for burning embers, and changing my pants, I figured it out. Mice had built a large nest in the heater. Resulting Safety Tip: E...

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Safety Mod for my Table Saw

672 days ago by Dave Rutan | 2 comments »

My table saw has a simple pull push switch and for a long time I’ve puzzled over how to add one of those paddle switch mods to it. There have been times when I would have felt more comfortable being able to power down my saw without moving my hands. Like usual I thought about it for a while and just recently came up with this. Above the switch itself is a sort of ledge just big enough to fasten a small hinge. I attached the hinge to a 10 inch length of 1/8 inch hardboard. I cut ...

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Krager Woodworking jigs #3: Finally, Safe Storage For Draw Knife

689 days ago by Dan Krager | 0 comments »

A flash of inspiration hit me today as I was examining some old 45 blade storage boxes. My draw knife has rattled about loosely in a box with nothing but underwear on (a cardboard tube from paper towels). It was kinda like reaching into a pit of vipers digging around in that box. But now, I have a safe and useful storage “jig”. http://kragerwoodworking.weebly.com/1/post/2012/09/finally-safe-storage-for-draw-knife.html Dan

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