There are times when you may want to use a thin-kerf blade, but what about your riving knives and splitters? Won’t they be too wide? Well, not exactly. We’re going to touch on the basics of thin-kerf blades, but the main point of this article is to address the issue
Teaching I recently got to teach a class on Router basics. Other than it having to be rushed due to the time constraints, it went well. I’ll be converting the documentation for this class into a post on this website, much like I did with my Dado Information class. I
Progress on the Cymbal Cart I got the cymbal cart all welded together. I just need to clean it up by grinding down the welds, protect the steel so it doesn’t rust, and attach some non-slip material to the bars so the cymbals don’t slide all over the place. I
Woodworker’s Journal Interview Choosing a SawStop Article YouTube Video Progress
In this article I cover the important differences between the SawStop Contractor and Professional saws and their accessories.
New Welder I traded in my Harbor Freight 110 volt welder for an old Forney 220 volt one. It’s old, heavy, and almost too powerful. I’m still getting the hang of it but so far I am really enjoying it and I’m looking forward to how this can help out
I Finished the Light Grid! I created a quick mock-up of how the lights and cameras might be attached. In this photo I’ve got two LED lights aimed at the bandsaw, and two action cameras (similar to a GoPro) mounted on telescoping microphone stands. This allows me to get the