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Woodworking DVDs 7 and 8 - Tablesaws and Tablesaw Safety

Woodworking DVDs 7 and 8 - Tablesaws and Tablesaw Safety
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Model: Woodworking DVDs 7_8
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Workshop Essentials 7, Tablesaw Essentials, tells you everything you need to know about mastering your tablesaw so that you get good, clean cuts first time every time, quickly, accurately and above all, safely. Steve Maskery guides you through every step, from fettling your new machine so that the blade, rip fence, mitre fence and sliding table are all aligned properly, through regular maintenance, to selecting the right blade for the job, whether it’s ripping or crosscutting wood, or cutting man-made materials to size.

In Workshop Essentials 8, Tablesaw Safety Accessories, Steve Maskery shows you how you can use a traditional low-tech tablesaw in a safe and reliable manner by adopting the use of a few simple but potentially life-saving accessories for your tablesaw, ensuring that the only material that is cut is the wood. The DVD includes plans for a simple kick-stop which does not require modification of your saw’s electrics, and the best aftermarket SUVA-style blade guard available anywhere in DVD-land.

All the plans are provided in PDF format in both metric and Imperial units, so you can understand them wherever in the world you live.

Join Steve on this exciting and enjoyable journey through the world of tablesaws and make sure that you can still count to ten without taking your socks off.

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Woodworking DVDs 7 and 8 - Tablesaws and Tablesaw Safety
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