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Shop Fox Classic Fence - A Real Gem

Shop Fox Classic Fence - A Real Gem

1857 days ago by TheDane | 14 comments »

Review: Shop Fox Classic Fence Bottom line: The “Shop Fox Classic Fence” has proven to be an excellent addition to my workshop. My table saw is a Jet JWTS-10 (708100). I have always liked this saw (see review at http://lumberjocks.com/reviews/333), but was never completely satisfied with the fence. After a good deal of online research, I settled on the “Shop Fox Classic Fence”, and found a very good deal on it from Warren Cutlery, a Shop Fox dealer in Rhinebec...

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First dedicated rip blade

First dedicated rip blade

679 days ago by dnick | 14 comments »

After all these years, I finally bought a rip blade, when I saw a good deal on Amazon. Always used combination blades before. What I really liked about the Freud LU87R010 was the thin kerf & the flat tooth grind. Always wanted flat tooth for grooves & spine joints. Blade was great. I ripped some soft Maple & Mahogony & didn’t have to joint the edges. Then when installing the blade, after maybe 20 rips, I just happened to notice the tooth you see in the photo, because it ...

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I like the new design of Infinity's zero clearance insert.

I like the new design of Infinity's zero clearance insert.

532 days ago by mbs | 14 comments »

I am not affiliated with Infinity in any way. This review refers to the design made on 3/1/13. Infinity has made modifications to the design of their ZCI for Sawstop that allows the saw blade to operate at full height. It’s machined out of aluminum and anodized red. The new unit doesn’t need the moving mechanism that sawstop uses. Fit and finish are great. Infinity drilled access holes in the plate so it’s easy to adjust the height of the insert from above the tabl...

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Rockler Thin Rip Table Saw Jig

Rockler Thin Rip Table Saw Jig

1075 days ago by David Grimes | 13 comments »

This is a Rockler product that is well made and does exactly what it says it will do. It’s about $20 if you get it at regular price. I have used it on two occasions to rip several 1/8” strips to face the front of birch plywood wall shelves. Tonight the strips were from a drop of Poplar that otherwise would have been used as a bunch of stirring sticks on its way to the burn pile. I got three 1/8” x 96” pieces from the 3/4” x 5/8” x 96” I started ...

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Great TS Upgrade For A Very Reasonable Price

Great TS Upgrade For A Very Reasonable Price

1785 days ago by dfarr | 13 comments »

I’ve always struggled with the cheap blade adjustment cranks (pictured right) on my 70s vintage table saw. I found these cast iron handwheels (H3189 – Cast Iron Handwheel – 6”) and chromed handles (H3205 – 4” x 3/8”-16) on the Grizzly web site. The handwheels were only $8.50 and the handles were $2.95. This was a great deal compared to other places I’ve looked at similar handwheels. The wheels come with a small center hole that I had to bore ou...

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I think this is a great  product, but you have to do some work.

I think this is a great product, but you have to do some work.

1690 days ago by JasonWagner | 13 comments »

I had some extra money from Christmas gifts and I wanted to splurge on something I didn’t need but knew that I would love to have. This table saw fence gauge is great. I can zero it whenever I want with different blades, dado stacks and even on my router wing. I think it’s great I can make routered dados and accurate distances without much thinking. You can switch between absolute measurements (from zero with blade) to short term measurements if you just wanted to cut 1”...

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Good idea - bad design

Good idea - bad design

955 days ago by richgreer | 13 comments »

At one time, I had a Wixey digital guide on my table saw. It could tell me, to .001 of an inch, what the distance was from the blade to the fence. I discovered that knowing the exact distance was not as important as having the ability to adjust the distance easily in very small increments (i.e. micro adjust). I have micro adjustment capabilities on my router lift and router fence and I really like them. This tool allows me to micro adjust my table saw fence. It’s a good idea...

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rockler 20% off sale  'LEG-UP' PANEL LIFTER

rockler 20% off sale 'LEG-UP' PANEL LIFTER

928 days ago by patron | 13 comments »

got this e-mail from rockler http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=31120&utm_source=NL&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=V2083 so what the heck i’m tired of dragging and working sheet goods onto the table sawanything that helps is better than a sprained back at this point i ordered it last week and it arrived todaysimple to hook up and useit can be bolted to the rail for the fenceor to the hang down fin on the table edgeand comes with a stick-on rubber bootyto keep fr...

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Level 3 Tablesaw Push Stick

Level 3 Tablesaw Push Stick

627 days ago by DougRog | 13 comments »

I saw a recent project entry of a novice’s new home made push stick, the kind that is essentially a stick with a notch on the end. Though I’m the first to admit that any push stick is better than none, there’s some issues that new woodworkers should discover about the correct use of push sticks. So to begin, I’m going to grade three levels of push stick design. The first (and lowest) is the push stick described in the first paragraph, a simple stick like tool that...

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Best cut I've found; on Sale from WoodPeckers for $77

Best cut I've found; on Sale from WoodPeckers for $77

612 days ago by steve | 13 comments »

*unwatched TS 2000 RIDGE CARBIDE SAW BLADE great blade! Best blade I ever used. If you don’t like it…don’t reply then, ok.

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