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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    Quick backstory: I'm relatively new to table saws and I feel a little overwhelmed looking at the options. I am building custom cabinetry (kitchen and bathroom) and so I am handling large plywood sheets regularly. The two things that are most important to me are: 1. An extension if possible to...
  2. Power Tools & Machinery
    I have a Craftsman 152 saw and, like many, have hated the fence since the start. My saw is second-hand, and the fence had some broken and missing components, making it doubly frustrating. I just bought a Vega 26" fence system, and before I take it out of the box and start dismantling my saw, I...
  3. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    I wanted to use one of my shop vacuums for collecting saw dust while I sawed the shelves for my latest project. But I am cheap. I searched on-line for longer hoses and found prices starting at around $35 and going up from there. Plus shipping, of course. So I searched the local hardware stores...
  4. Design & Plans
    About to start a new project. A dining table with leaves that has a closed length of 6 feet and explansion of 10 feet with one 24 inch leaf and two 12 inch leaves. This will be my first table with leaves. Anyone have some pointers in general to start and anyone have recommendations on sliders...
  5. General Woodworking Discussion
    I've been getting more and more into making molding with my woodmaster 718. I built a bedboard that is 6 feet long that goes through the planer. I have roller stands that I use to help feed into the molder. The last job I did was for 16' molding. I realized very quickly that I would need to...
  6. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    I purchased this skil table saw a month a go at lowes for $70 http://www.skiltools.com/en/AllTools/Category/Product/default.html?pid=3305-01 It works fine for most of my needs but I would really like to rip wider than the 12 or so inches the stock table allows. After some googling I was...
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