Table Saw

Should I buy a Table Saw or a Miter Saw first?

Last updated on January 11th, 2023 at 02:40 pmChoosing between a table saw and a miter saw can be difficult. It’s important to remember that each saw serves a specific purpose and that the right tool for the job is critical to the quality of the work. Whether you are a hobbyist or an expert,…

Difference between Powermatic 64a and 64b | A Detailed Contractor Table Saw Comparison

Last updated on November 18th, 2022 at 11:09 amChoosing between the Powermatic 64a and 64b isn’t as straightforward as you think. They share some core features and functions. The average user may not be able to tell the difference between them. This article looks at each of these two contractor table saws. Understanding what each…

What table saw should I buy?

Last updated on November 18th, 2022 at 11:17 amHow to know which table saw to buy?                Because there are so many different table saws with so many distinct capabilities, buying a table saw for woodworking can be a complex procedure. With so many options, selecting a table saw might be difficult.  A table saw is…

Cutting tongue and groove with table saw

Last updated on November 18th, 2022 at 11:17 amCan you cut a tongue and groove with a table saw? The tongue and groove joint is one of the oldest and most durable joints in the world of woodworking. A tongue along the margin of one board fits into a groove along the edge of the…

Things you can do with a table saw

Last updated on November 18th, 2022 at 11:18 amCool things you can do with a table saw The table saw is often referred to as the woodshop’s workhorse since it is the most flexible and prolific of all woodworking machines. A table saw can be used for various tasks, including the following: Make a simple…

What causes kickback on a table saw

Kickback occurs when the blade picks up wood and violently throws it towards you, happening far faster than you can respond. And this occurs when the workpiece pinches the blade or becomes trapped between the blade and the rip fence. Table saw kickback is most common in the following situations: • When a board is…

What table saw blade to use

Last updated on November 18th, 2022 at 11:18 amTable saw blade types Crosscut saw blades These saws have a more significant number of teeth and fewer gullets. A 10-inch crosscut blade with 60 to 80 teeth, for example, may make more cuts per revolution than a ripping or combination blade. Crosscut blades remove less material…

How to extend rip capacity of table saw

Last updated on November 18th, 2022 at 11:19 amWhat is Rip capacity? Rip capacity is the gap between the edge of the table saw and the edge of the fence. A proper gauge of a table saw’s rip capacity can have no limits if you utilize larger tables for the materials to relax and have…