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Make A Louvered Tea Light
By Willie Sandry on November 8, 2021

Something about the holidays makes woodworkers get busy in the shop with all sorts of projects. Here’s a quick and easy guide for a handsome...

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Making A Box Joint Jig For A Tablesaw
By Willie Sandry on September 20, 2021

I’ve been using a simple box joint jig for the last 10 years. Calling my old jig simple is an understatement – it was just two scraps of plywood...

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Custom Sacrificial Fence Clamps for Fusion F2 Tablesaw
By Willie Sandry on August 2, 2021

With the type of woodworking I do – building furniture, small cabinets and bookshelves- I often find myself using a dado blade with sacrificial...

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The Incredible Dado Blade
By Willie Sandry on July 19, 2021

A dado blade, sometimes called a dado head or dado stack, is a great accessory to have for your tablesaw. It can accomplish so many tasks it’s...

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How To Choose The Right Table Saw
By Paul Mayer on June 28, 2021

For most woodworkers, a good table saw is the first piece of equipment that they acquire, because it’s an essential tool for providing accuracy,...

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Automated Dust Collection on the Fusion F2 Tablesaw
By Willie Sandry on May 24, 2021

Fully automated dust collection – just a luxury or a sensible feature for small shops? Having a good dust collector connected to all your shop...

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Four Advantages of a European Style Table Saw Fence
By Paul Mayer on May 10, 2021

I recently had the opportunity to spend some time in my shop with the Laguna Fusion F2 and F3 table saws, and in the process I was introduced to...

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Measuring Tablesaw Dust Collection Efficiency
By Willie Sandry on April 19, 2021

If you’ve ever wanted to improve dust collection at the tablesaw, knowing how to measure its current efficiency is a great place to start....

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The MANY Advantages of a Smaller Diameter Blade on Your Table Saw
By Paul Mayer on October 29, 2020

Most woodworkers own a table saw, and the majority of those saws have a 10” blade installed on them.

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Cutting Tenons and Half Lap Joints
By George Vondriska on September 17, 2020

Tenons and half lap joints can easily be cut on a table saw equipped with a dado head. Tenons, of course, accompany mortises in mortise and tenon...

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