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499 days ago

Freud LU87R - why can't it cut under 3/4" - 4 replies

Would anyone care to explain as why the Freud LU87R010 has a minimum wood thickness specification of 3/4”? Is it perhaps something to do with the tooth design? I can’t tell much of the differences with that of the glue line rip blade except of course the 30T TCG teeth. Thanks.

509 days ago

Incra TS-LS Table Saw Fence - How much to allow for ripping? - 2 replies

So I now have an Incra TS-LS system for my cr@ppy Ryobi contractor table saw. I need some input as to how much room to allow for ripping. Because of the old style contractor non-riving knife set-up, I will have to cut the rear fence to allow for the blade guard and splitter to still work.The default set-up from Incra is 32” to the right...

677 days ago

Finishing shed advice required please - 1 reply

Greetings from a warm day here in deepest darkest Africa. I have a wooden shed roughly 2m x 4m made from horizontal shutter louvres. I need a dedicated space to finish projects and was planning on the following;. 1. Clad the interior with ceiling board to the surface is easy to paint a nice bright colour and to keep out dust.2. Insert tran...

694 days ago

Miter Saw extensions, both sides or just one? - 6 replies

Morning folks. I’ve bought two INCRA Track (52” and 36”) to increase the accurate measuring capacity of my Miter Saw. I was originally going to use them as depicted in this picture. Having gone through the very expensive exercise of importing them, I am now thinking about using the 36” on my Drill Press table like t...


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