|Project by Geoffrey Young||posted 930 days ago||1424 views||3 times favorited||6 comments|
a simple cabinet on a stand i made for storing and organising my drawing and painting paper. made from 10mm kauri plywood 4mm kauri ply back on a pine stand the rail to leg joints are two 8mm dowels and pva glued.
the base is finshed with a coat or two of danish oil. the outside of the cabinet is painted with mars black and platinum white acylic paint, drew the patten outlines in then used some masking tape.
it mesures960mm x 480mm and 360 deep
To cut the ply on my table saw without it tearing out on the crosscut i set the blade so it is 4mm out of the table, do a scoring cut then raise the blade to cut right through, this means i have to do two passes but i get no tearout, my table saw dos not have a scoring blabe.
Is there a better way to stop tearout on the tablesaw?