Methods of work : tablesaw;the best tips from 25 years of by Jim Richey

By Jim Richey

It took 25 years to assemble the fundamental woodworking info during this four-book sequence. The books have been culled from "Methods of labor, " a column in high quality Woodworking the place woodworkers proportion matters and provide feedback for greater craftsmanship.

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Methods of work : tablesaw;the best tips from 25 years of fine woodworking

It took 25 years to assemble the basic woodworking details during this four-book sequence. The books have been culled from "Methods of labor, " a column in nice Woodworking the place woodworkers proportion issues and provide feedback for greater craftsmanship.

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Plus, the blade-changing wrench was always lost in the shop clutter, and my push sticks constantly wandered out of reach—just when I needed them most. The drawing illustrates the idea. T HE LAST TIME —F R E D H. S I D E S , Mt. Y. 36 SETUP & MAINTENANCE Utility Shelf for the Tablesaw of my tablesaw base is invaluable for keeping items (pencil, tape measure, miter gauge, bench brush, push sticks, blade wrench) handy. I built the shelf from 3 ⁄4-in. plywood, supported it with two steel shelf brackets and finished it with scraps of molding around the edge.

Four tapped holes in a saw table allow for a surprisingly versatile choice of clamping positions. I also use the holes to bolt a protective piece of plywood to the saw table for chisel work, to attach a router table and to secure featherboards and other tablesaw jigs and fixtures. When locating the clamp’s hole positions, be sure to avoid the cast reinforcing ribs in the table’s underside. Center-punch each hole location, and then drill with a sharp 5⁄16-in. When tapping the 3⁄8-in. This action will break up the chips and keep the tap cutting B ECAUSE SPACE HAS ALWAYS 40 SETUP & MAINTENANCE freely.

I MADE THIS REMOVABLE TABLESAW 3 — H A RV E Y W. B Y L E R , Burton, Ohio 35 CHAPTER ONE Home for Tablesaw Accessories Push sticks Rip-fence rack Mitergauge holster Wrench pocket I USED MY TABLESAW on a project that required both crosscuts and rips, I couldn’t find a place to park the rip fence and miter gauge to keep them safely close at hand. Plus, the blade-changing wrench was always lost in the shop clutter, and my push sticks constantly wandered out of reach—just when I needed them most. The drawing illustrates the idea.

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