My Table Saw
On 1-10-2012 I responded to a Craigs List ad and bought my first table saw.
It is a Delta Contractors Saw, model 34-441 (which as near as I can tell is
the same thing as a 34-444, maybe this is a special number to allow it to be
sold in a big box store). Mine came without a fence, a problem yet to be
Dado cutters (and more!)
Now that I have a table saw, I am pondering doing what I bought it to do, namely building a nice
set of cabinets with small precise shallow drawers. And I have decided that I want to make the
drawers (and maybe the cabinet too) with box joints. This leads to some research on the topic of:
Now here is a tool no woodworker should be without.
And with a router table many things are possible
(the router is working its way to being a shaper).
A myriad of jigs have been designed and described.
A router ski is a versatile accessory that can be
(like many jigs) purchased or built.
I own one at this time, read about it at:
I have been cautioned many times that it only takes a second
to burn through veneer using a belt sander.
Here are some notes on where to get sanding belts:
Have any comments? Questions?
Drop me a line!
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