Wood and Materials
What's the difference between single-strength, double-strength, tempered, or laminated glass?
I cut clear acrylic pieces 12" or narrower on my bandsaw, and for wider ones, I use my tablesaw with an 80-tooth veneer blade mounted backwards. This is hard on the blades. Is there a better way?
When reaching the later stages of a project, I protect it from scratches or marring by tossing a carpet remnant.
Hauling lumber without a truck can be a challenge.
Though not typically caused by tools, dents and scratches in wood also can show up at finish time like uninvited guests.
Try this strategy for making clean, consistent, and repeatable angled cuts.