This tutorial is for setting up a molder head and creating molding on a Shopsmith Mark V, Model 520. Obviously, much of the information here can be “translated” to a different model Shopsmith or even to a stand-alone table saw. When done properly, with proper setup and appropriate safety precautions, using a molder head on a table saw is perfectly safe and produces beautiful molding. I couldn’t even begin to guess how much molding I’ve created for window frames, picture frames, case moldings, etc.; I’m guessing somewhere in the neighborhood of about a thousand feet. If you’re making your living by cranking out custom molding, then yes, there are quicker ways to produce mass quantities of ...
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