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    Knowledge Base Results:

    Table Saws and Safety
    Shop owners discuss table saw dangers, practicality issues with blade guards, and other safety equipment options. July 2, 2008

    Sliding Table Saws — Choices and Alternatives
    A discussion about upgrading the panel cutting capabilities of a shop with limited floor space. July 28, 2012

    Sawstop Stories
    Cabinetmakers discuss the value of a Sawstop table saw, which trips and stops before cutting off your fingers. August 12, 2014

    Count Your Fingers
    A woodworker describes the accident that took off the ends of two of his fingers, and a discussion ensues about the lessons learned. November 10, 2006

    SawStop Setup
    Tips on adjusting the SawStop cabinet saw's safety brake. May 15, 2011

    Table Saw Safety Accessories
    A long discussion on the utility and practicality of guards, splitters, and automatic blade brakes. November 26, 2007

    Almost Cut My Thumb Off
    A close call with the table saw sparks a conversation about safe equipment and careful practices. January 11, 2008

    Finger Versus Tablesaw
    A cautionary tale of a seven-stitches encounter with a tablesaw blade sets off a discussion of accidents had and lessons learned. April 25, 2006

    Troubleshooting SawStop False Trips
    Saw Stop blade brakes rarely activate without reason. But in this case ... February 17, 2012

    Table-Saw Safety Accessories
    How to keep a table saw safe, and why it matters. May 22, 2006

    Tablesaw blade safety device
    Does a new sawblade-stop product really protect your fingers? July 29, 2003

    Equipment and Curriculum for a Woodworking School
    Woodworkers discuss the shop equipment, software, and focus appropriate for a serious secondary school program intended to train professional woodworkers. July 27, 2008

    Wearing Gloves While Doing Woodworking
    Gloves create a risk of the hands being drawn into machinery. June 26, 2009

    Table Saw Blade Height Above Material
    Here's a long, thoughtful discussion of the practical and safety aspects of setting blade height when working with a table saw. November 13, 2009

    Tooling Up for a High-School Wood-Shop Program
    Cabinetmakers advise a high school shop teacher on how to equip a new shop class program. July 11, 2007

    Safety Gear and OSHA Inspections
    Shop owners compare perspectives on how to be ready when OSHA drops by. March 3, 2010

    Dust-Collector Blade-Guard Retrofit Ideas
    Shop owners show off shop-rigged solutions for combined table-saw blade safety and dust collection. September 15, 2011

    Upgrading the Table Saw
    Where do you go when you step up from that old table saw? February 8, 2008

    Riving Knife Choices and Use
    A discussion of the use of riving knives on the table saw, and of sources of aftermarket riving knives. March 22, 2013

    Whether to Keep the Slider
    Does a sliding table saw earn its keep when there's also a CNC in the shop?February 1, 2011

    Rounding Over Corners on Blocks (Mass Production)
    Woodworkers brainstorm in search of a high-volume, high-accuracy production method for a repetitive task of rounding over corners on small hardwood blocks. September 15, 2011

    Advice about Starting a Cabinet Business
    Cabinetmakers deliver several truckloads of advice to a young person with some start-up cash and a lot of enthusiasm. October 25, 2006

    Taking on an Apprentice
    It's good for society when young people gain skills. But the rules for apprentices are the same as for employees, and the management problem is not trivial. April 8, 2013

    A Sliding Table Saw in a Small Work Space
    Here's another long discussion of the value of sliding table saws, and the practical aspects of fitting one into a small shop footprint. July 29, 2012

    Plunge Cut Circular Saw Versus Table Saw
    For a part-time shop, can a high-quality circular saw and guide setup take the place of a table saw for panel cutting on small jobs? June 3, 2009

    Beaded Face Frame Joinery
    Detailed explanations with photos and drawings of how to achieve nice jack-miter joints on beaded face frames. April 16, 2009

    Two CNCs, or One CNC Paired with a Beam Saw?
    Your machinery choice depends on what you're making. Here are some thoughts about the options. March 22, 2013

    Glue Spreader Can Be a Career Ender
    A severe glue spreader accident is a sobering reminder of the risks of cabinet work. (Caution: Graphic and disturbing images.) June 4, 2012

    Table Saw Blade Alignment
    Advice on keeping a table saw blade parallel to the fence, and some general observations on accuracy and tolerances. October 25, 2006

    Steam Box Construction Ideas
    Here's a handful of ideas for building a simple steam box for steaming and bending wood. December 9, 2010

    Cutting Square on the Table Saw
    The main pitfalls are that your stock is out of square from the factory, and that table saw fences move. Here are tips on squaring up panel cuts. December 11, 2006

    Choosing Table Saw Blades
    Thoughts on table saw blade selection for cutting plywood and for ripping hardwood. March 26, 2010

    Tablesaw Accident Anecdotes
    Is a kerf in the palm of your hand a dado, a rabbet, or a groove? An accident that could have been worse sets off a collection of reminiscences, cautions, and advice. December 30, 2005

    Machinery for a Small New Shop
    Advice on basic machinery choices for a small shop. March 16, 2015

    Vertical Panel Saws Versus Sliding Table Saws, Again
    The perennial discussion, with a few new observations. March 3, 2009

    Will a Nested CNC Eliminate the Need for a Slider?
    Most cabinetmakers agree that a shop with a CNC still needs a table saw sometimes. December 11, 2012

    Adapting to No-Line Bifocals
    It's hard to adjust when you switch to a new type of eyeglasses. August 29, 2006

    Powered Fence Pushers for Sliding Table Saws
    Woodworkers speak highly of automated fence setups on sliders. September 26, 2009

    Is More Horsepower Better in a Table Saw?
    Five out of five woodworkers agree — get more power. December 29, 2008

    Cutting Aluminum in the Shop
    Tips and cautions for cutting aluminum accent strips with woodworking equipment. March 26, 2009

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    Forum Results:

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/22) -- James, I think it's great you share this. It's the most seasoned guy that will ...

    Cutting a SawStop ICS down to size
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (12/29) -- I replaced my 35 year old contractor saw ( 24 x 22 inch table ) with a SawStop, b ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/19) -- Like I said, sawstops have their place and if you have a bunch of employees, it is a gre ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (1/10) -- Festool owns sawstop and have their own table saw design with the saws top safety feature ...

    Re: Saw Stop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/21) -- A couple of things, first have you had your power system checked? With that many problem ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/19) -- I agree with others, use push sticks, I use 1/2 inch Baltic birch ones cut out on a cnc ...

    Re: Cabinet door production time
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (2/3) -- I'm running about 30 mins per door. 2 men running the following processes: 13/ ...

    Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (3/31) -- We just put in a slightly used 5hp 3ph sawstop (professional). It's hard wire ...

    Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/23) -- A few months back I had an incident with my fingers and the sawstop. I bought 2 of there ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/20) -- He states plainly in the video that he removed the stock riving knife/anti kickback, dus ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/20) -- In retrospect the US has been behind Europe for something like 50 years(???)in tablesaw ...

    SawStop Demo (Phila, Pa - 9/22/12)
    A message posted at WOODWEB's WOODnetWORK Forum (9/20) -- Have you ever wondered where you can get access to a professional grade woodshop to create ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/20) -- I shared a shop for a while with a guy who had a sawstop tablesaw. During the y ...

    Animated infographic about SawStop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (11/18) -- Hi there, Monarch Metal recently developed an animated infographic about SawSt ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (4/1) -- Your rotary phase converter should be supplying full max capacity horse power ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (4/1) -- I replaced the belts and now it cuts like a champ. I had to drive an hour and ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (3/31) -- The Sawstop has two belts. On my saw the top belt stretched and the blade wou ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (3/31) -- I'd say it's the phase convertor. Check each phase to make sure they are in b ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (3/31) -- I'd say it's the phase convertor. Check each phase to make sure they are in b ...

    Re: What do u all think about this product?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (4/29) -- I have had the accurate tech read out on my industrial sawstop in my shop for 4 yrs now. ...

    Re: Blade Dust Collection
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Dust Collection, Safety and Plant Operation (5/28) -- The sawstop guard does pick up a lot of the over the blade dust. ...

    Table Saw Auxiliary Biesemeyer, SawStop T-Glide
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (2/28) -- Another way to attach an auxiliary fence to Biesemeyer style table saw fence, incl ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/24) -- Brady L - The guy that invented the Sawstop technology application has a long a ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/24) -- I vote for the guy who invented sawstop. Before he came along, the tool manufac ...

    Re: Saw Stop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/20) -- We keep 2 setup in the shop. We got about 10 years out of one used a couple hours everyd ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/20) -- Jeff.... You can dick around over the riving knife foolishness all you want. Its the ste ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/20) -- Derrek, Thanks for posting both videos, that is actually a sweet setup that the sawstop ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/20) -- For the fellow that asked - I have been running a Sawstop Industrial Cab saw, w ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/20) -- I have never shy'ed away from humiliating my mistakes. This is Mine split in tw ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/19) -- I made this video because it’s a real world safety experience that anyone can learn from ...

    Re: Table saw incident
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (10/19) -- A lot of people come up with excuses not to buy a Sawstop, until they loose a digit or f ...

    Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/19) -- So I walk by Curt who is carrying a piece to the truck, then I see someone has ...

    Saw stop portable job site saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (5/15) -- Who has the best pricing on this or does sawstop set the pricing like festool? Im in chic ...

    Sawstop power loss
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (12/13) -- We have a 5 hp 3 phase Sawstop that is losing power. Much less power than usual. ...

    Re: New residential shop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (4/12) -- Still a lot of variables to me and a lot depends on the cabs you'll build but tweaks in t ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/9) -- I forwarded this thread to one of the founders of SawStop and have posted his ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/9) -- I have worked in industrial electronics for 39 years and have run into similar ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/8) -- After re-reading your post, just spend the money to replace the box inside the ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/8) -- Thanks for all the response. I have talked to Sawstop at length and they do no ...

    New Cabinet shop design help and machinery suggestions
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (3/8/22) -- Hello Everyone I am new here and looking forward to speaking with some people. I have r ...

    Re: Looking for Edge Sanders
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (9/6) -- Try one with a 3 phase motor. One of our table saws that gets used all day every day is a ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/5) -- Sawstop is very helpful over the phone, just have your serial number and model ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/5) -- I would contact SAWstop, I will also ask my guys as we have had them a few yea ...

    Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/4) -- am having an unusual problem with my Sawstop table saw and wondered if anybody ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (1/3) -- Hi Derrek, Let's clear up our language and differentiate between genuine accidents and inc ...

    SawStop Sliding Table
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (5/2) -- I'm sure many of you have a SawStop. Do any have the sliding table attachment that goes wi ...

    Make wooden inserts for Table Saw, including SawStop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (3/2) -- The bottom of a SawStop insert is difficult to replicate in a shop made wooden inse ...

    Re: considering a partnership
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (11/30) -- Glen, if you have enough in your bids to absorb costs incurred by things that ...

    Re: physics, table saws, and flying lumber
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (4/30) -- As far as blade height goes, I too was trained (term used very loosely) 30 years a ...

    Re: physics, table saws, and flying lumber
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (4/30) -- You have a Sawstop!! I totally bow to you. I don't think most people realise just ...

    Re: What do u all think about this product?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (4/28) -- You are right - I do not have one on the tablesaw. It is on my wish list, but so is a new ...

    Precise Alignment of Table Saw Blade, Slot and Fence using dial gauge
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (2/28) -- Precise Alignment of Table Saw Blade, Slot and Fence using dial gauge and shop mad ...

    Re: Shop layout help
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (8/27) -- DS, I waited too long to buy a SL rip saw. about 10+ years ago I finally bought an Extrem ...

    Re: Sliding table saw vs CNC
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (5/27) -- I have two sliders and half a dozen deltas and Sawstops, all have a reason and get used d ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/26) -- Dustin I'm calling foul on their stopping Bosch from trying to sell something similiar I ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/25) -- I have a bigger Dewalt DWE7491RS and a smaller DW745 and I've never found anything else ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/24) -- I appreciate Derrek's feedback, on this I have to respectfully disagree. The first quest ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/24) -- I need to chime in here as well. How many people or know of someone here have had injuri ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/24) -- The safety feature of the saw is a very remarkable feature and a great piece of engineer ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/24) -- I sure hope they come out with the planer stop, the shaper stop, the jointer stop, the b ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/24) -- "The Dewalt has all the features of the Saw Stop [except the saw stop feature] at l ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/24) -- For years before the SawStop guys had a saw made with their technology, they tr ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/24) -- I'm not ready to throw all the blame at Sawstop. Again, this technology is amaz ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/24) -- I have had a SawStop for almost 5 years. It is a fine saw even forgetting the s ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/23) -- Derrek, Thanks for the review, they are a very nice saw, still to pricey for my liking. ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/23) -- Wow. I just bought a Dewalt, I wish I had seen this video 2 weeks ago. ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (6/23) -- Phase converter. I have had the exact same thing happen several times. We hav ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (6/23) -- Actually the OP states in post #6 that a new belt solved the problem. I agree ...

    Re: Blade Dust Collection
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Dust Collection, Safety and Plant Operation (5/22) -- Take a look at the Sawstop guard system. I believe they state tha ...

    Re: Anyone have an Extrema edge sander?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (1/22) -- I don't have one, but visit their show room from time to time. They stock a full line of ...

    Re: Saw Stop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (12/21) -- We have had two Fingers saved, The Sawstops are worth every bit of a little love ...

    Re: Jet Cabinet Saw on-going Problem
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (4/20) -- When you go to AWFS be sure to visit with the folks at SawStop. A big investment b ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/20) -- It's good we bring up this dialog every once in a while, not to point fingers b ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/20) -- We have a 5hp SawStop, better in everyway than the Unisaw it replaced. Worth no ...

    Re: Curts Thumb
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/20) -- Send the info to Sawstop and i am pretty sure they will send you a new cartridg ...

    Re: Animated infographic about SawStop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (11/19) -- It just seemed like there was too much "void" space and not enough r ...

    Re: Animated infographic about SawStop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (11/19) -- Larry, Thanks for the feedback--this kind of content isn't for everyone (diffe ...

    Re: Animated infographic about SawStop
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (11/18) -- It was like a south park episode.. I think it wouldn't be a bad idea on a high ...

    Re: OSHA
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (1/18) -- Robert, When OSHA was originally set up it was a self funded agency. I don't kn ...

    Re: Saw stop portable job site saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (5/16) -- Bosch is not to be released until June, if they are allowed to do that by the courts. Abo ...

    Re: OSHA
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (1/16) -- How does putting a box around the bit when it is not in use do any good? Our in ...

    Re: OSHA
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (1/16) -- "We've got 12 saws of various types in the shop. The only one he had a pro ...

    Re: Yearly gross dollar output per employee
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (11/15) -- Not sure what you want elaborated on. We operate pretty old school. $2k SawSto ...

    Re: Saw stop portable job site saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (5/15) -- There are no discounts on SawStop, go with who ever will give you the best service. ...

    Re: physics, table saws, and flying lumber
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (3/15) -- Phil is right - 100%. The riving knife is basic. But the US saw makers spent $1.25 ...

    Osha
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (1/15) -- Just had an OSHA inspection. We fired an employee, with cause (failure to show ...

    Re: Sawstop power loss
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (12/14) -- Make sure a pulley isn't slipping from a dropped out key or loose set screw. ...

    Re: Sawstop power loss
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (12/13) -- Test all 3 power leads, sounds like 1 phase has dropped out, which will cut power ...

    Re: Sawstop power loss
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (12/13) -- Is it slipping or bogging down ? ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/10) -- These things can develop at any time. If something big on the same power line ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/10) -- Thanks KD I have had this saw for 9 years with no problem. Is the issue of hi ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/9) -- Is your dust collection system wired into the saw so that when the saw is turn ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/9) -- I like KD's answer. Might also check the quality of the ground at the main box ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/8) -- Thanks-First they told me it might be the box on the floor and I opened it up ...

    Re: Sawstop power loss
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (2/8) -- One of my Saw stops started to feel as it was losing power about a month ago At fir ...

    Help with Martin T71 Slider (1987)
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (2/6) -- Hi all, About a year ago I bought a 1987 Martin T71 slider from a retiring cabinetm ...

    Re: Machinery repair in Baltimore area
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (2/6) -- Call SawStop, they have always been super helpful. Nobody knows their stuff bett ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/5) -- Lock this saw out until it is fixed. You can't risk an accident! ...

    Re: Domestically produced plywood vs. imports
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (3/5) -- Sell,design, engineer, cut all parts and boxes here, finish all parts here, make ...

    Re: Sawstop problems
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (8/4) -- That sounds like a pretty scary bug you have there. Have you contacted the fac ...

    Re: Grizzly 5959Z Parts
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Business and Management Forum (6/4) -- Yep, I tried to buy a cast iron part for my 10 year old Delta 10” unisaw just la ...

    Re: SawStop Sliding Table
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (5/3) -- Hey Ed I have one setup on my saw for cross cutting material wider than my mitre saw can h ...

    Re: Sawstop underpowered
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Architectural Woodworking Forum (4/3) -- Try McMaster for the belt next time. ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (1/3) -- Fedi, You make a very important point, safety features should definately be reserved only ...

    Re: Sawstop Jobsite saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Cabinetmaking Forum (1/3) -- "Deserve to lose a finger"... ...

    Re: Festool TS 75 Saw vs New Table Saw
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Furniture Making Forum (6/2) -- Ego? Nothing to do with egos. You asked for comments, you got them. You are on a Profes ...

    small gang rips or multi-blade moulders?
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Solid Wood Machining Forum (9/1) -- Gents, one of our projects involves us ripping 50-100pcs per day of some tricky 1/2 ...

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    Project Gallery Results:

    Kiowa County High School Shop Projects
    Kiowa County High School Shop Projects Listing #3866 Listed on: 2012-04-30 22:14:15

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    Shop Gallery Results:

    Greensburg High School Woodshop
    Greensburg High School Woodshop Listing #1076 Listed on: 2010-07-02 22:52:22

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    Chad Reitan Fine Woodworking, Inc. Listing #248 Listed on: 2007-01-26 14:20:31

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    mcgrewwoodwork.com Listing #1376 Listed on: 2012-07-06 10:33:32

    L. K. Schweitzer, Inc
    L. K. Schweitzer, Inc Listing #209 Listed on: 2006-05-07 18:39:26

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    Little Sapling Toys Listing #1093 Listed on: 2010-08-24 20:55:34

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    Integrity FF & Cabinetry Listing #520 Listed on: 2007-11-27 07:25:49

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    Sawmill Gallery Results:

    Mesquite Valley Woodcrafts
    Mesquite Valley Woodcrafts Listing #62 Listed on: 2008-01-31 22:04:56

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    Industry News Results:

    Auction - Kitchen Plus Cabinet Shop - March 2
    A message posted at WOODWEB's Industry News (2/11) -- Public Online Auction - KITCHEN PLUS CABINET SHOP - Woodshop Start Date: 11AM | March 2 End Dat ...

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    Online Auction-Kabit Works-11/12 to 11/19


    Online Auction - Edel Designs - Cabinet Shop - Ends 12/4


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