Stretch your dollars and your lumber by resawing to create veneer, bookmatched figure, or just thinner stock. Learn techniques for precise bandsaw and table-saw resawing.
I just got a new tablesaw wth a riving knife, and I need to make some new zero-clearance inserts for it.
Even for the most seasoned woodworkers, cutting with a handsaw can be intimidating.
This blade has been a favorite of ours for years, and the newest version delivers cleaner cuts than ever before.
It started life as a carpenter’s tool; here’s how to make it a woodworking star.
When I make a cut with my bandsaw, the blade drifts forward and backward. The wheels are co-planar with new tires, so what can I do to fix this problem?
I always assumed that my tablesaw rip fence should be parallel to the blade, but other woodworkers advise setting it to “toe out” just slightly at the back of the saw. Who’s right?