I recently had to take apart an edge-glued panel because of a mistake. Unfortunately, modern wood glues hold so tenaciously that the wood breaks before the glue joint.
Even with a good dust collector connected to my cabinet-style tablesaw, a fair amount of sawdust still escaped through the various openings in the cabinet.
Changing scrollsaw blades without dropping them through the table is difficult for those of us with large hands.
I read with interest the answer you gave about avoiding blowout with pneumatic nail guns in the November 2007 issue of WOOD (issue 180, page 92).
Because I do a lot of frame-and-panel door glue-ups, my horizontal shop space quickly gets taken over by clamped-up boards.
Small workpieces cut on the mitersaw can be sucked into the spinning blade, creating a hazard to the operator and the equipment.
As I was making the scrollsawn Christmas ornaments from the November 2007 issue (no.
To avoid running a delicate piece, such as inlay, through a potentially destructive planer, I found a good way to safely secure the piece while sanding it to thickness.