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
In this article I cover the important differences between the SawStop Contractor and Professional saws and their accessories.
Outfeed table Almost a year ago I decided to try a new work surface for my outfeed/assembly table. I wrote about this here. After using and abusing it for almost a year, my official opinion is that I don’t really care for it much. I found the texture to be
Sorry for the delays in my posts. The holidays are always pretty hectic so I’ve been busy. Teaching Two weeks ago I was given the opportunity to teach a class for The Guild of Oregon Woodworkers on The Care and Feeding of Your SawStop. The class went really well, with
I’ve been lax in posting news updates. I’m going to try to be better about this. Wiring I’ve got the studio desk pretty much done, but I’m doing some additional wiring, such as adding a few electrical outlets to the desk itself. I’m also making all new audio cables. This