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The Good Bad & Ugly - Skilsaw Worm Drive 12" Miter Saw SPT88-01

The Good Bad & Ugly – Skilsaw Worm Drive 12″ Miter Saw SPT88-01

  Skilsaw SPT88-01 Worth It? We were very excited to get the new Skilsaw SPT88-01 Worm Drive Dual Bevel 12″ Sliding Miter Saw in our shop to put it through the paces. We were incredibly disappointed once we pulled out our square and worked to tune the saw up for use. Flat out, this saw […]

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Dewalt FLEXVOLT 60V MAX Tracksaw DCS520 Comparison

Wait, what is a Tracksaw? A tracksaw is a very simple concept. It takes a saw that looks and feels similar to a circular saw and utilizes a special base that matches a length of the track. The saw rides along the track and creates a perfectly straight cut. The track can be of any […]

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Skilsaw 10" Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw Review | SPT99-11

Skilsaw 10″ Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw Review | SPT99-11

This is POWER! The new SKILSAW SPT99-11 10-inch Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw should not be confused with its smaller brother that was released last year (SPT70WT-22).   SKILSAW’s new saw is a larger version with more power delivered through a worm drive powertrain with a bit larger motor.  The two SKILSAW table saws […]

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Rockler Material Mate Panel Cart and Shop Stand

Rockler Material Mate Panel Cart and Shop Stand

Sheet goods are essential in a woodworking shop! The odds are pretty good you have used some sort of sheet good in the recent past in your woodworking shop. From MDF to high-quality cabinet grade plywood, sheet good material is essential to any size woodworking shop. Even if you use mostly hardwoods, you will need […]

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Rockler Miter Fold Dado Set Demo and Review

Rockler Miter Fold Dado Set Demo and Review

Drawers and Boxes are Everywhere! Whether you are getting something out of your kitchen, bathroom vanity, garage shelves or your TV cabinet there is a darn good chance you will open a drawer. These drawers are technically boxes and boxes are found all around as well. Not so much wood but boxes are the go […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Parallel Guide System

Breaking down sheet goods Whether you are in a large production shop or a small one stall garage breaking down sheet good material is always a chore. Larger facility typically have some pretty fancy floor panel saws but the smaller shop needs to find the space to break their sheet goods down. They can have […]

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Hitachi C10RJ 10″ 15-Amp Jobsite Table Saw with 35″ Rip Capacity and Fold and Roll Stand

35″ Rip Capacity Hitachi Power Tools introduced their new C10RJ 10-inch jobsite table saw with 35″ rip capacity and fold and roll stand design.  Hitachi advertises this saw for ripping, cross cutting, and up to 13/16″ dado cuts in hardwood.  We found this saw to have the power, but also the safety and quality features one […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Dado Setup Fixture and Gap Gauges

Test Cuts Manufactured sheet good material is usually undersized, especially plywood. Matching a dado stack to these dimensions can be difficult. It often means making test cut after test cut to dial in the dado stack with the right combination of chippers and shims. This process is time consuming and tedious. Each time you want […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | PolyGauge SS Review

Tricky Angles Setting specific angles can be tricky. Some sort of tool or jig is used to help assist the woodworker and then trial and error is how one would confirm their settings.  From corner cabinets, segmented turnings, and any project that uses these common angles, Woodpeckers latest OneTIME tool is a great solution for […]

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Build a Stout Bandsaw Resaw Fence From Scrap

Cut it in two! Resawing is an operation where you split your material in two pieces. It is typically cut right down the middle but not always, you can have a larger board and only need a small sliver of it. Resawing is a great way to make use of thicker material when you need thinner […]

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How To Build an Outfeed Table for Your Table Saw

Build Your Outfeed Table Your shop is your work space that fits your ideas and demands.  Each person needs something different, but lets be real, we all want the satisfaction of building our tools and equipment our-self.  Your table saw outfeed table is an important part of the shop and can also sometimes double as […]

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Shop Made – Table Saw Miter Sled for Perfect Miter Joints

Miter Joints Miter Joints are very common in woodworking and can sometimes have a intimidating impressions, especially to a beginner. They are not hard to do but tricky to setup. There are two things  you need to have a successful miter joint. One, you need to have the two cuts equal 90 degrees. It is common […]

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