|Forum topic by Octavius||posted 09-28-2009 01:30 AM||1070 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
09-28-2009 01:30 AM
Well, I’ve more or less finished the 10” Craftsman renovation.
I’ll make a sled before any crosscuts and I need to get some sort of splitter before any rips cuts.
Meantimes, I’m planning on using a dado set to make some grooves, as in this link, step 1.
The table saw came with a 7” dado set, the one on the far left. Is this the “wobble” dado that folks warn against using?
I also have a steel 6” dado set (in the middle and on the right of the pic) – would that be a better bet?
I’m not planning on getting my fingers anywhere near the blade – was going to use that pusher, together with one of those feather boards. Is that the recommended procedure?