|Forum topic by MyWayChipCarving||posted 466 days ago||635 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
466 days ago
I am a woodcarver, chip carver mainly. I set up at shows throughout the year and I have not found a box blank that I like. All the blanks I have found have finger joints. This makes it hard to chip carve a good box. Since I can’t find a box I like, I thought I would make my own boxes with mitered joints.
I have looked at many different table saws and to be honest, the bigger ones, scare the daylights out of me. Plus I don’t have room for a floor model. I saw the MicroMark table saw and was wondering how good it was. I would not be cutting anything thicker than 3/8” to 1/2” and it would be basswood.
Has anyone used or know of anyone that has used a MicroMark table saw? Any suggestions/advice would be great.
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