Subject: Ridgid R4511 Table Saw Height Adjustment Handle Jammed- I was wondering if anyone has had a problem with lowering or raising the blade? What happened to me today was rather strange because this saw is almost new. In the middle of workin...
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Ciao my fellow woodworkers,
I started using a hammer at the age of 5. I remember this because i hit my poor cousin Paolo in the head with a claw hammer. He still has the mark on his forehead. He bit me, and also left a mark, so i guess we are even. The crazy things we do when we are kids eh? LMAO. To this day, I still feel the excitement when I am woodworking. I enjoy designing projects with AutoCAD, then creating them. From the first thought, to sketching, to the actual design, the whole thought process; the drive to the lumber yard, selecting the materials, setting up, cutting, and shaping all the pieces, to the finish, is all one big party in my head. ( One nice ice cold Heineken "when the work day is over" is always nice - sometimes ) The bonus is the reaction when someones says....Where did you buy this? I love it when they are speechless. You know what i mean. You know how it feels. It's great right? There are a lot of projects on this website that are truely awesome, and I'd love to build a few of them, one day I will. The ones I cannot build are the artistic pieces, I'm not a carver, nor sculpture, so those creations leave me speechless. The "Tumba Tumba Rocking Chair" That guy is amazing. It's a nice ride we are on, the best part, is that it's never going to end. There is always something to learn, and techniques we've never seen. When i see something new, i say to myself, wow-that's a great idea. i can't wait to go try it the next day. Those nice jigs to make our lives easier are our blessings. To make sure that this is true for me, I ALWAYS treat tools, and especially the tablesaw with 100% respect. That router switch is pretty dangerous to. I have all my fingers, and I intend to keep it that way. I really enjoy viewing all the projects on this website. Thank you for reading, Gino.
-- If you work you eat - If you don't work, you eat, drink, and sleep.
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