I enjoy the ease and control of a pull saw, but those qualities still don’t guarantee perfect cuts. To achieve that, use a handscrew clamp to guide the cut.
When resawing narrow or especially thin pieces on the bandsaw, they can be grabbed by the blade and pulled toward an unstable or chewed-up blade insert, possibly ruining the cut.
We all know the importance of safety glasses. But we often forget to put them on, or we make a cut or two without them because they're across the shop.
Shop space constraints demand that my workbench be mobile.
Static electricity can build up in plastic dust-collection ducting if that energy can’t dissipate via a ground wire.
Moving sheet goods from my truck and through the yard to reach my basement shop walk-in entrance is a chore.