EXCLUSIVE Commercial XACTA Fence II with T-square design Quick release riving knife greatly reduces binding/kickback risk JET downdraft table with exclusive design (patent pending), draws harmful dust particles away from the user without obstructing the user's movement or productivity Push button arbor lock (patent pending) for rapid blade change Shrouded Blade increases dust collection efficiency Standard 11" left and right cast iron extension wings provides the largest table surface in its class Poly-V drive belt system delivers efficient, quiet operation Rail-mounted magnetic switch is easy to reach and provides overload protection Enclosed cabinet with built-in sealed storage drawer Hinged motor cover on cabinet gives quick access to the motor and belts Deluxe miter gauge with adjustable positive stops and large soft grip handles provides large crosscutting capacity and accurate miters Heavy-duty chrome plated handwheels contribute to smooth trunnion/arbor movement Left tilt, wide stance heavy-duty trunnion for stability and smooth blade positioning 5 Year Warranty
A few hours in the workshop should be all that's needed to make this fanciful napkin holder. We've also found that it doubles nicely as a letter rack. It's a great project for scroll saw enthusiasts, although the band or saber saw can also be used.
Kelly Mehler shows you how to get the most out of the workshop's most essential tool, from assembling the machine and setting it up to making accurate cuts.You'll see firsthand how to do the work, the tools, the techniques, and the subtle rhythm of each process.70 minutes.Now re-issued in DVD format, this classic Fine Woodworking video workshop takes you right into an expert woodworker's shop.Learn how to: set up the saw for accurate work, align the rip fence and miter gauge, rip thin and narrow stock safely, make accurate crosscuts, handle large sheet goods, cut long or thick stock, and cut joints on the table saw.Kelly Mehler, author of The Table Saw Book, is a professional woodworker in Berea, Kentucky, and a frequent contributor to Fine Woodworking.