A lot has been happening.  So much so that I haven’t even had time to write up a new update. New Web Host I successfully made the switch to a new web host and (several small hichups aside) it went smoothly.  I’m really happy with the speed increase that I’m

I finally have some decent speed! After 12+ years at ImHosted.com I moved my site to a managed server.  ImHosted has usually been pretty good but I’ve been having server overload issues more and more frequently as of late and I finally decided to change web hosts. I’m now with

Feel free to share this page with others… Introduction This is a list of helpful documentation and links to the cheapest places online for various SawStop consumables. I will be regularly updating and adding to this list with the cheapest prices available online.  I will always take the shipping cost

One of the perks of working where I do is the metal dumpster.  I try to regularly swing by and see what we are throwing out each week and lately I have found a lot of the heavy-duty angle-iron we use for fence rails.  They have holes drilled in them

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 past weekend I attended the American Association of Woodturners Symposium at the Portland Convention center. The symposium consisted of many vendor booths and a gallery of inspiring woodworking pieces.  I bought some wood and some mother-of-pearl flakes and chips for doing inlay work.  I’ve included some photos from the

I Decided to Upgrade my Table Saw Dust Collection For the past several years I have been using SawStops Dust Collecting Blade Guard along with the Over-Arm Dust Collection Assembly.  This has worked well but there are a few things about it that weren’t working well for me.  Granted, there