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

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

The extension wing provides a lot of work surface.

<< This is a continuation of Workbench: Part 6 – Finishing the benchtop   The finish has been applied to the bench-top so now it’s time to attach the hardware.  This is a tricky subject to explain clearly.  I’m going to do my best but I’m planning on coming back

After letting it sit for 24 hours, the bench is now ready for the hardware.

This is a continuation of Workbench: Part 5 – Cutting the benchtop to size The workbench top is almost done. It’s been glued up and cut to size. Now all it needs is the finishing touches to get it ready for the hardware. Adding a shallow rabbet on the ends

All done with two slabs cut to 5' and 2' in length.

This is a continuation of Workbench: Part 4 – Gluing up the new top. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below.  I’d love to hear from you. Back to Workbench: Part 4 – Gluing up the new top Back to Workbench: Part 3 – Change of plans Back

This is an update to my original post titled Making a guitar pick from a cracked cymbal. I learned a few things since making that first pick.  Here’s what I did differently. First, I decided to trace an outline of the pick using an awl.  This works better since the red

Update: I created a follow-up post with a few things I did differently.  You can find that here. I started with the remnant from a cut-down cymbal.  I chose a cut-off from a Zildjian A Custom 10″ Splash because of how thin it was and how it didn’t have much