Posted on 2010-08-25. By anonymous.
The New Yankee Workshop - Table Saw 101 - Part 1 & 2
English | DVDRip | avi | 720 x 480 | 29.97 fps | MPEG2 8500 kbps | MPEG 224 Kbps | 2007 | 700MB 700MB
Genre: Video Training
As with his previous programs dedicated to a single tool, Norm takes viewers on a special two-part program that explores the usefulness of the table saw. He begins by showing various table saws and what they can do and goes on to describe and demonstrate adjustments to make them more accurate. In the first program, he concentrates on the most common task a table saw will be asked to do梤ipping. Norm discusses how to do it safely and accurately. He demonstrates his technique for cutting large panels and shows a safe way to handle narrow stock. He completes show number one by building an ingenious 搊ut feed?table梥o clever every saw owner will want one.
In the second part of Table Saw 101, Norm goes on to demonstrate dadoing, setting up stacked dado cutters, the making of rabbets, and the building of a sacrificial fence. Then he turns to evaluating miter gauges and shows how they may be used to make precision miters. He demonstrates the process of making accurate tenons with a factory-built jig. In the same program, he builds a cross cut sled and a stop block that extends any table saw抯 potential.
Measured drawings are not available for this project.
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