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How To Use Jobsite Table Saw | Ultimate Guide

If you do any type of contract work or plan on remodeling a rental property or vacation home, a portable table saw is an essential tool. Job site table saws allow you to trim stock to width, plus make angled cuts with a miter gauge.Some even allow for beveled cuts, if equipped with an adjustable […]

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How to Use a Compound Miter Saw | 7 Steps Beginner Guide

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Are you looking to make accurate, repeatable, cross-grain cuts? Of all the tools available to woodworkers, perhaps the most versatile is the compound miter saw. While a table saw is necessary for along-grain cuts, a compound miter saw can be enough for many woodworking projects. With just a few pieces of stock, I’ve used just a […]

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6 Steps Guide for Set up a Bandsaw | How to Guide

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The band saw is a staple in the woodworking industry. Band saws are used for cutting wood into smooth and intricate shapes for a professional and creative design. They are capable of creating accurate curves, bevels, and other types of cuts that other saws are not capable of doing in a clean, smooth manner, if […]

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10 Steps Guide for Changing a Miter Saw Blade

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Are you noticing that your compound miter saw labors a bit? That the blade leaves scorch marks? Check the blade teeth, are they covered with wood resin? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, it’s time to learn how to change a miter saw blade; yours is dull. Fear not, we’ll walk […]

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How to Change a Scroll Saw Blade? Step by Step Guide

How to Change a Scroll Saw Blade

When it comes to cutting wood, a scroll saw is one of the more unique and versatile options. Rather than providing raw power, this machine allows you to create intricate designs in your wood. However, because of the delicacy of the scroll saw, you will have to change blades more frequently. Too often, the metal […]

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