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Using the Table Saw
Your table saw is the heart of your workshop – there is scarcely a project that doesn’t require it. Nick explores this tool from blades to bearings, carefully explaining how to fine-tune your saw for precision cross-cuts, rips, and both plain and compound miters. There plenty of shop-tested tips and ingenious fixtures, such as an adjustable saw stand to support large work pieces, and a pattern sawing guide to duplicate intricate shapes. Four complete project plans show how to use your saw to create: a Corner Cupboard, Knife Caddy, Bow Front Sofa Table, and an ingenious Sliding Table that serves as a cross-cut sled, miter gauge and tenoning jig. 128 pages, over 200 illustrations and photos in PDF format.
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