6 Things You Might Be Doing Wrong On Your Table Saw
6 things you might be doing wrong on your table saw is article about Basics bookmarked by jacob with ID 144864716 was uploaded on 03-03-2019 and has been viewed 20,403 times.
I want to point out a few common mistakes I sometimes see people make when using a table saw.And frankly, I've been guilty of some of these myself, so I hope this video will be a refresher for all of us.
Correcting these bad habits will help you get better, cleaner cuts and make using your saw safer.If you are new to using a table saw, be sure to check out my video, 7 Things To Get You Started Using A Table Saw.
In that video, you'll get a rundown of safety procedures and how to make basic cuts.1.Making crosscuts on the wrong side When making a cut, It's important to know the difference between your work piece and your cutoff piece and which needs support.
Usually you want to provide support for the work piece, the part of the board you've measured and are using for your project.An exception to this rule is when using a stop block on your rip fence to make repeated cuts on short pieces.
Then you should be supporting the cutoff side.Definitely don't try setting up a stop block on your miter gauge for cutting multiple small pieces.Most of the board will...