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

Share on Social Media The subject of brake spacing on a SawStop table saw seems to be somewhat confusing to people, no matter how long they have been using the saw.  I’m hoping to clear up some of the mystery once and for all. What exactly is brake spacing? Brake

This is a continuation of Studio Desk – Part 4: Applying The Finish   For me, all projects have a point where they start to fall apart.  This is what happened here. Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy with how the desk turned out but I also have a few things that

  This is a continuation of Studio Desk – Part 3: Assembling the Racks   Now that the components are built, they’re ready to be stained and finished. I was going for a specific look that I think worked but I’m having my doubts that I’ll be happy with it

The top and bottom are ready to be stained and finished.  I’m going a bit out of order at this point.  I have already finished the top and the underside of the bottom but I’m going to bundle that in with my next post.  Here, I’m going to show how

I finally settled on a design for my studio desk.  It needed to fit into the breakfast nook, be mobile, and house the various racks of gear needed to record music.  I went through almost 20 designs before I settled on this one, not because it was the best, but

Materials Needed WD-40 Grey Scotch-Brite Pads (7448) Some sort of treatment such as… Johnson Paste Wax MinWax Paste Wax Renaissance Wax T-9 BoeShield (Lubricant, Rust Free, Blade & Bit) GlideCote Optional 0000 Steel Wool (instead of the Scotch-Brite pads) Denatured Alcohol Bag Of Rags Blue Painters Tape Blue Shop Towels Hand Pad Holder or Sanding Block