Monthly Archives: August 2014

Tear-out, Splintering, & Broken Teeth on Chop Saw Blade

If you make a cut with your chop saw and the cut on the board is splintery, like the cut in the following Photo; then you might have the same problem I had.

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Making A Simple Dovetail Marking Gauge

The Photo below pictures the dovetail-marking gauge that I made. This particular gauge was built for doing 12-degree dovetails.

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Thickness Planer Binding Issue

Topics Covered 1. Question 2. History 3. Thickness Planer 4. Troubleshooting 5. Fix 6. Conclusion 7. Request 1. Question Have you ever had your thickness planer bind up when you go to change the thickness setting? By that, I mean … Continue reading

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Substituting Friction Tape For A Broken Tire On Your Band Saw

Topics Covered 1. Friction Tape Fix 2. Wrap It Counterclockwise 3. Friction Tape Math 4. Friction Tape Installation 5. Wrapping It Up 6. Request 7. Related Links 1. Friction Tape Fix If you have a band saw tire break on … Continue reading

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