Mar 192007
 
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Two Simple Table Saw Improvements by Richard McCandlessThe following article, detailing steps one can take to improve table saw functionality, was submitted to us
by Richard McCandless of Akron, Ohio. He writes:

"In the
last five years I’ve become more serious about my woodworking for
fun and in preparation for retirement. I started by taking a few
classes and replacing my ancient little table saw. I found myself
going out of my way to visit good sources, including Highland Hardware,
which is quite a hike from my home in Ohio. Now I’ve progressed
to Windsor chairs and another generation of bigger, sharper and
more powerful tools. The sense of fulfillment keeps growing."

Two Simple Table Saw Improvements by Richard McCandless

Table saws are everywhere. Most of us start
woodworking with a table saw. Nevertheless, most of my homeowner
friends haven’t made even the simplest improvements to their saws.
Nobody told them how.

Here are two simple steps you can take to improve your table saw.
They’re virtually free. You can do them in minutes. Believe me,
they’re worth it.

Visit Highland Woodworking for the full article.

  One Response to “Two Simple Table Saw Improvements”

  1. Aw, this was an extremely good post. Finding the time and actual effort to generate a superb article… but what can I say… I procrastinate a whole lot and don’t seem to get anything done.

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