How To Tap Wood For A Bolt
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Recently I needed to install two thumb screws into a makeshift fence that was intended for my petite table saw.By threading a hole in the wooden fence I was able to provide my hardware of choice (thumb screws) sufficient purchase to attach the new fence to the one supplied by the manufacturer.
This method also allowed me to loosen and tighten the fence as needed, and even dismantle it occasionally with ease.How to succeed in taping wood is the subject of this post.When I recently needed to attach an improved auxiliary fence to the short aluminum fence of my Proxxon table saw, I had two options: To use wood screws and washers, or to deploy thumb screws.
Using a common wood scr*w would require me to grab a screwdriver every time I want to reposition or disconnect the auxiliary fence.But with a thumb screw, this process would be much easier.With just half a twist to the left, the thumbscrew would be loose enough so I can slide the wooden fence up or down the aluminum fence.
And a complete dismantling of the fence could be done faster by just unthreading the thumb scr*w out — again,...