I’m a complete newbie but I have a plan for learning it just keeps getting interrupted. This summer I found termite in the structure of my house and instead of learning woodworking I had to become a carpenter. I will say it was fun doing the work myself but it took a lot of time. The house is well sealed and the termites are gone so I’m back to the shop. I’ve purchased a new table saw Bosch 4100D its 100% better than my old saw but every time I think I have what I need to tune it up I find I need something else. After doing the setup in the Bosch manual everything was dead on, but now I found the blade isn’t true. With a lot of research I discovered it could be the blade, the motor shaft, or the flange I guess I’ll need a dial indicator and adjustment bars. My biggest problem it seems is I don’t have a planer or a jointer and in order to get a piece of stock flat without them the one thing I need is a piece of flat stock. I’ve been working on a shooting board for my hand planer but I still need a flat piece to start with. I love the problem solving It’s what I do I teach trouble shooting. The cost is the hard part.
|Blog entry by dan56||posted 02-03-2013 12:10 AM||712 reads||0 times favorited||5 comments|