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Voices

They want me to kill it. And a part of me wants to kill it. I can imagine the space I would have to myself if it were gone. 548 more words

Woodworking

DEWALT DW745 Compact Job-Site Table Saw Review

DEWALT DW745 Compact Job-Site Table Saw Review

The DEWALT DW745 10-Inch Compact Job-Site Table Saw with 20-Inch Max Rip Capacity is a bestseller, and with good reason. 490 more words

DEWALT DWE7491RS Jobsite Table Saw Review

The DEWALT DWE7491RS 10-Inch Jobsite Table Saw with 32-1/2-Inch Rip Capacity and Rolling Stand is durable, powerful and portable.

The 32 ½-inch rip capacity makes cutting a wide variety of larger shelving and trim materials a breeze. 480 more words

pondering hand tools and workshop

Thoughts on the decision to change to hand tools versus power tools

            After making the decision and some internal dialog I have some thoughts on the change to hand tools. 997 more words

A little bit jumpy.

Before I get into the topic of this post, I would like to preface it by saying that I have been working with and around machinery for most of my adult life. 1,514 more words

Woodworking

Real Life Review – Craftsman 218331 Tablesaw – Part 4: A dangerous guard

While not specific to this particular tablesaw as they seem to be used on all new saws, I have yet another reason why I dislike the “new style” blade guards required for tablesaws for the past several years, and these pictures show one of the many reasons why. 84 more words

Real Life Reviews

25 of February, 2017

Alright, I forgot to post a bunch of the pictures of the other work I have been doing on the shop. Not all of what I have is accurate. 408 more words

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