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How to Use a Table Saw Safely [Step-by-Step Instructions]

If you never learn anything else about a table saw, there is one thing anyone should know about this piece of equipment. In a fight between a rapidly spinning blade and your soft fingers, your fingers will lose every time. In this guide, we will give you the basics of how to use table saw…safely!…

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Best Table Saw on the Market [2021 Review]

Many woodworkers, whether amateur or professional, will agree that the centerpiece of any good workshop is its table saw. This style of power saw is both a powerful piece of equipment and a significant investment but can prove essential to anyone who needs to cut wood regularly with power and precision. With that said, the…

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Best Table Saw Under $300 [2021 Review]

The mainstay of a professional contractor, the table saw allows people the make fast, precise cuts across a variety of materials, ranging from wood to metal to plastic. A table saw is also an essential power table saw for any burgeoning woodworker. Every DIY hobbyist reaches a point where their circular saw no longer cuts…


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Best Hybrid Table Saw Under $1000 [2021 Review] - post thumbnail

Best Hybrid Table Saw Under $1000 [2021 Review]

The best hybrid saws strike a beautiful balance between power and portability. Generally, this means they should be lightweight or have a built-in cart to make moving them more manageable. However, portability is about more than just weight and wheels. We’ll help you decide which features you need, so you can buy your perfect hybrid…

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Why Does a Circular Saw Blade Point in the Opposite Direction of a Table Saw Blade?

Circular saws are a crucial part of any workshop owing to their versatility. With different blade sizes and types, you are assured of cutting through almost all types of materials with very little effort. Unlike table saw blades that rotate clockwise, circular saw blades have been designed to spin in an anti-clockwise direction. So, why…

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Why Does My Table Saw Wobble at Full Speed?

A table saw is loved by many woodworkers because of its durability. It also cuts straight lines with a very high degree of precision. Getting one is a step towards accomplishing great woodwork projects. Just like any other tool, a slight malfunction, like a wobbling, will affect the efficiency of the table saw. So, why does…

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Why Does My Table Saw Not Cut Straight?

“Why does my table saw not cut straight?” is common among beginner carpenters from time to time. This issue might originate from two things: mechanical problems in your table saw or your skill level. This article will take you through instances when your table saw might give you uneven cuts and what to do to…

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Which Way Do the Blade Teeth Go on a Table Saw?

The direction of the teeth of your table saw blade plays a vital role in determining your project’s quality and safety. With the teeth facing the right direction, you will have effective woodworking with plausible results. So, which way do the blade teeth go on a table saw?  Which Way Do the Blade Teeth Go…

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How to Safely Clean Your Table Saw Top

Every woodwork enthusiast or professional should know how to clean an old table saw. If you have an old table saw, you will have to clean it before use. This is because the top of the table saw may have rust or accumulated debris. Environmental factors can also trigger the growth of molds on it.…

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How to Make Raised Panel Doors On a Table Saw

Raised panel doors consist of a frame with slots lining its inside and a panel that fits into those slots. A bevel cut is used to ensure the edges of the panel are thin enough to slide easily into place; this process is responsible for the raised pattern of the door.  Table saws have a…

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How to Make Crown Molding With a Table Saw

Crown molding is a decorative trim used to highlight the transition between walls and ceiling. It is commonly installed above cabinets and below the kitchen ceiling. Dining rooms are another popular place for crown molding, but this ornamental wooden trim can be used anywhere in the home.  Can I Use a Table Saw to Make…

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How to Cut a 60 Degree Bevel On a Table Saw

Tables saws come in a variety of sizes and the cutting surface can be made from cast iron or aluminum. The blade is embedded in the table, and can be raised or lowered to adjust the depth of your cut. The table saw is a versatile tool that can be used to achieve beveled cuts…