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  • I will say it again, when you use any power tool and you do not feel comfortable with an operation then you should not do it. When you are the only one in a shop and you do not have a large outfeed table and the […]

  • Great comments from everyone. Table inserts made from 1/4″ tempered masonite or heavier if the table insert is deeper also works well. After you have made the insert turn the saw on and slowely raise it as it cuts […]

  • Retiredpal replied to the topic Safe use of a Tablesaw in the forum Table Saw 8 years ago

    That is a good question. There are alot of them and some tips will be more important to some than others. This makes the old brain go back in gear.

    1. Never stand in direct line behind the fence and blade
    2. […]

  • Retiredpal replied to the topic Safe use of a Tablesaw in the forum Table Saw 8 years ago

    Hello Baro,
    The most important step is to constantly remind them a hand never passes over the blade. Buy the way I never used the guard over the blade when working. Guards give a false sense of security and […]

  • Just to start a topic which is important for all. Having taught High School kids for 40 years and not have one student lose a finger is something I am proud of. If you have any questions concerning Table saw use please feel free to ask.

  • Retiredpal,
    Those oscillating tools are really awesome. I wish I had one 40 years ago. The battery ones are very good as they run full power until they run out of battery power. The most unusual use has been […]

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