5 Basic Woodworking Cuts You Need To Know How To Make
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Unless I am going to make some sort of specialized cut, I don't normally show a lot of wood being cut in my project videos.Sawing wood, especially on projects with lots of repetitive cuts, can make for some boring video, especially since there are really only 5 basic woodworking cuts to know how to make.
But last week I got a message from Sergio who is brand new to woodworking and told me he loves my videos but gets confused when I gloss over the wood cutting parts.He asked if I could show them in more detail.
And while I can't really take the time in every video to explain the cuts I am making, I loved this suggestion and thought this would be a great topic for a Basics video.So here are the 5 basic woodworking cuts you need to know how to make.
Bear in mind, I am not a hand tool woodworker so this list is limited to power tools only.CROSSCUTS The crosscut is the most common cut you will ever make.In fact, with dimensional lumber (wood you buy that comes in various widths like you get at Home Depot) you can make entire projects with just crosscuts.