✔ DiResta Jimmy Tips 10

  • Am Vor 4 years

    jimmydirestajimmydiresta

    Dauer: 29:06

    Table saw safety is a personal responsibility. Please know your own comfort level using the tablesaw. always use the guards and don't leave your cat inside the saw's base when you turn it on.
    Please share you tips in the comments!!
    TANK YOU for watching.
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Seanfrtd
Seanfrtd

thank you for the circle cut jig also from giving myself a manicure with a hand held electric planer i could feel your finger injury as you were describing it... shudder. always use a push stick.

Vor 2 Tage
dannydirt dirt
dannydirt dirt

"Wouldnt fly in my shop" 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Vor 12 Tage
Rich Williams
Rich Williams

Just stumbled upon your channel. I subscribed, of course.

Vor 17 Tage
jmotravelingteam
jmotravelingteam

I liked the tip about not cutting a piece that's wider than it is long. But then he did it on the zero clearance tip with the veneered plywood! Am I missing something? Does the zero clearance piece give the blade more stability so it doesn't bind?

Vor 28 Tage
Steve C
Steve C

awesome tips. the ‘saw kerf’ finger joint is splendid

Vor 29 Tage
Steve Roufas
Steve Roufas

23:36 / 23:37 BURN !!!!! that's how burns are done. Can't beat this! Educational, and a riot. Awesome channel, awesome woodworking conversation. New Sub

Vor 29 Tage
Bengt Creations
Bengt Creations

When I cut my fingers off I prefer to use a miniature guillotine that I fabricated myself, so I gain a sense of satisfaction from having hand made the very device which took my ability to hand make anything else.

Vor Monat
jimmydiresta
jimmydiresta

Bengt Creations I hope so.

Vor Monat
liam wilson
liam wilson

How does one solve a table saw that doesn't cut straight anymore? The wood will always pull itself away from the fence no matter what techniques used for example.

Vor Monat
bobcanish
bobcanish

Tip #2 (?) - Don't crosscut long pieces using the fence! That's how I cut myself. Tip #8 - 23:18

Vor 2 Monate
Jerry Smallwood
Jerry Smallwood

I've watched this a dozen times. Spike's tips are great and Dave's Troll voice, leading to the current baby Troll voice is the best.

Vor 2 Monate
jimmydiresta
jimmydiresta

Hahah thank you 🙏🏼

Vor 2 Monate
Jesus Huerta
Jesus Huerta

Lifetime subscriber just for the angle Iron level tip which came in at the exact right time and the injury story. Thank you man.

Vor 2 Monate
Teresavera graffigna
Teresavera graffigna

Gracias Jimmy!

Vor 2 Monate
Jeff Sigala
Jeff Sigala

The troll is f'ng comedy

Vor 3 Monate
AngryRed Banjo
AngryRed Banjo

Bloomberg blows

Vor 4 Monate
PMD_in_AZ
PMD_in_AZ

42 door stops...lmao

Vor 4 Monate
caseymor 13
caseymor 13

Shit happens fast. Almost cut two off 5 months ago. Lucky I still got them.

Vor 5 Monate
Master Blaster
Master Blaster

The blade changing trick..."I'm an idiot" lol. Been doing it wrong for years.

Vor 5 Monate
Itslvle
Itslvle

This guy has a shop-cat AND a shop-troll?! Well la di da mr. millionaire.

Vor 5 Monate
Cashuma
Cashuma

. . . Great Experience . . . Great Knowledge . . . Great Humor . . . Great Video . . . and a Great Heart for Your Fellow Black-White-Buddy !!!

Vor 6 Monate
Sober living with Brian Franklin
Sober living with Brian Franklin

Love the troll in the background! That's great. Lol

Vor 6 Monate
Dylan Bennett
Dylan Bennett

Haha "42 door stops & 1 circle" 🤣 Love the video! This is the first I've seen from your channel and YES I will be subscribing! 👍🏻 love your sidekick in the shop (the cat) before I learned his name was Spike I was hoping his name would be "Chip" as in wood chip lmao 🤣

Vor 6 Monate
Paul C
Paul C

Very funny trolling and some really useful tips. As for tablesaw accidents... i was still new to tablesaws when i cut a good size piece of osb, i had the waste piece up against the fence which of course kicked back had hit me severely just below the chest... one of the most painful and traumatic times i've ever had.

Vor 6 Monate
fapping2quelaag
fapping2quelaag

Thanks for being honest and humble enough to share your story. It’s good to be reminded that injuries like that can happen to anyone anytime. I’m glad they were able to (mostly) fix you back up.

Vor 6 Monate
David
David

Gr8 tips bud . I just hope no cats were harmed in the making of that video cheers Davo

Vor 6 Monate
500yamahaxt
500yamahaxt

IDIOT

Vor 7 Monate
st7650
st7650

Hello jimmy thanks for the great videos been a huge fan for years. Seen you handy in the shop with the circular saw and that’s one of the major tools on job sites. You have any circular saw tips or how to turn a regular circular saw into a track saw

Vor 7 Monate
Robert Trujillo
Robert Trujillo

Just ran into this video again. David the troll still cracks me up! Very funny video. 😂

Vor 7 Monate
Robert Lavoie
Robert Lavoie

You're so right. The instant you stop being scared of a cutting tool, danger starts. I stoped being scared of my chainsaw and they had to put 68 stiches in my leg.

Vor 7 Monate
Kaare Gustafsson
Kaare Gustafsson

hahaha, jesus the biginning just made my day

Vor 7 Monate
Edward Deaney
Edward Deaney

£15,000! And people complain about our wonderful NHS. I’m sure those people would change their mind if they went through what Jimmy went through!

Vor 9 Monate
daniel hammond
daniel hammond

When i was a kid playing with my radial arm say 😂😂😂😂😂 this is what we were talking about the other day. Young people not being allowed to use powertools until the are 21 here in the uk on some of the big job sites. Its good to start young in my opinion. What does everyone else think is an appropriate ages for kid to start using tools ? I think 14 is about right.

Vor 9 Monate
xl
xl

Is there an operation that you can make after the cuts for the wooden spring so that the outside circle looks more filled ?

Vor 9 Monate
Made in Home Bald lucky guy
Made in Home Bald lucky guy

good advice, listen well

Vor 9 Monate
abdul karim hakiki
abdul karim hakiki

Thank you for a good tips

Vor 10 Monate
Bert Veldhuizen
Bert Veldhuizen

Just curious, what's with the white spray painted cordless drills?

Vor 10 Monate
René Rostohar
René Rostohar

Waarom gebruikt niemand het spouwmes op de cirkelzaag. Wat een gehobby allemaal. Verschrikkelijk.

Vor 10 Monate
gbsk12
gbsk12

Maybe I am missing something. After cutting the board on both sides, it looked like it cut all the way through the wood. Are the cuts staggered? Very nice tips.

Vor 10 Monate
MiltunaMusic
MiltunaMusic

Cuts are slightly angled and crossing.

Vor 10 Monate
It is a Beautiful World
It is a Beautiful World

Holly sh..,,that was hilarious, poor pussycat..

Vor 11 Monate
393stroker
393stroker

Perfect example of the completely retarded comments people leave. If you're not happy watching the videos, then why torture yourself? 😵

Vor year
hammondj82
hammondj82

The tuxedo got me to subscribe.

Vor year
Paul Bouvier
Paul Bouvier

Omg 42 door stops lmao

Vor year
david alejandro
david alejandro

Que boludo el que filma molestando e interrumpiendo todo el tiempo

Vor year
nwjtjsw
nwjtjsw

so basically if you have a serious accident you are screwed for years paying hospital for saving your life?

Vor year
Gold Hunter
Gold Hunter

U R DA MAN! I learned something and I'm getting old.

Vor year
Felonious Fishing
Felonious Fishing

What’s wrong with me man? I’ve watched your videos for years and never sub’d. I feel like an asshole!!!!

Vor year
John Chisholm
John Chisholm

How do you polish your top jimmy? Johnoz

Vor year
Mr Sir
Mr Sir

I watch this video just for the cat. JD is pretty talented as well !

Vor year
Goblins Workshop
Goblins Workshop

What a good show! Subbed!

Vor year
Thomas Green
Thomas Green

thanks for the really good tips.

Vor year
Mark Bonham
Mark Bonham

Every man I ever met who said he hated cats also loved to kick his wife and dog around as well. When you meet a man who adores cats and their independence you will find a compassionate man whom you can trust. Mr. Diresta, your skill sets which are abundant and genius combined with your thirst for knowledge and a willingness to share that got you where you are today. Thanks for loving that cat as your love for him is all part of the bigger picture! Your the bomb dude!

Vor year
S Koue
S Koue

I got in the habit of sort of visualizing slipping and going forehead first into the blade as a way to remind myself to pay attention. Haven't had any serious injuries but that is more luck than skill. Did the too short against the fence bit. Turned the square I was cutting into a ninja star that shot across my body leaving an interesting and painful bruise but nothing serious. Could have been higher and hit my neck and I probably wouldn't be typing this. Have a friend who was ripping a thin strip when the blade caught it for some reason. We all know the sound, that zing as it throws the wood back at you. He was in a rush and wasn't wearing any face shield etc. and felt the wind of the stick flying by his ear. Patted himself down and no blood. Looked behind him and the stick was lodged in the wall like an arrow. You never realize how fast this stuff happens till you experience it. Everyone thinks they will react and avoid the worst but the reality is the whole thing is over before you realize it's happening. I was using red dye on a project and as another reminder started putting some on my push sticks. A little image of blood also helps remind me to pay attention. Circular saws are probably the #1 cause of trips t the hospital. Routers would be up there also. The interesting thing is that with carbide blades the whole kick back thing is vastly minimised. With old blades it happened all the time. Most of them had anti kickback fingers that people left on. I like that your saw, like pretty much every professional setup I have been around, has the blade shield and anti kickback stuff removed. Someone might complain about that but generally I have found the the blade shield A) can't be used in a number of situations and B) often makes the situation more dangerous. I have done a version of the "spring" but with straight cuts on only one side. You don't have to veneer over it because you have smooth wood surface on the outside.

Vor year
Melianteas Ypunto
Melianteas Ypunto

=^._.^=

Vor year
Alwyn Maguire
Alwyn Maguire

Great vid dude and great advice. This should be a lesson to each and everyone of us. "Always be present". I for one am a fast runner and always thinking of what I'm doing next. I shall and will from now on be present. Thanks man top tip.

Vor year
sticknstonesbrkbones
sticknstonesbrkbones

So, after the getting your pinky to heal have you had any pain in inclement weather due to the injury? One guy I know cut the first digit of his index finger off and is always saying how bad it hurts in cold weather. Maybe it all depends of nerve damage. Idk. I like the spring technique. Might have to use that one day.

Vor year
sticknstonesbrkbones
sticknstonesbrkbones

Why is your impact white?

Vor year
MJ Uys
MJ Uys

I don't know where this rule comes from but it's good advice: If the blade is closer than 12 inches from your hands you are doing something wrong.

Vor year
Ada Mawson
Ada Mawson

I keep seeing Johnny Knoxville with a beard.Very helpfull tips Jimmy. Thankyou so much for a great vid.

Vor year
Danny Harris
Danny Harris

your funny, but a nice way of opposing some of the comments. good humor, sir. I like the jigs you make. no reason to pay money for jigs someone else has made when you have the mechanical skills to make them yourself thanks for sharing them with us. can't help but wonder what brand impact driver that was you painted white lol, was that a copy write thing or were you just not wanting to advertise them? lol

Vor year
Sattva Woodworks
Sattva Woodworks

Hey Jimmy. Never looked at this vid. Great stuff and funny as hell. More Troll! I use some of the same tips an learned some. On safety... "Be in the moment", couldn't agree more. I always stop working if my thoughts are not present. Best advice... good job man.

Vor year
malcolm oxley
malcolm oxley

saw stop is no guarantee to no injury,I can't remember his name but he's here on you tube his thumb took a hit and even tho it could have been worse on a normal saw it still cost him

Vor year
Frankie's CNC & Woodworking channel
Frankie's CNC & Woodworking channel

it appears im late to the party

Vor year
Ramps_eu
Ramps_eu

This is a bit older but still great tips video!

Vor year
maddrummer1312
maddrummer1312

Can you a tricks and tips on planes and chisels?????? THAT WOULD BE AMAZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIING!!!!!

Vor year
Philippe Derathé
Philippe Derathé

Great video. Thanks for your great safety advice at the end.

Vor year
dougart11
dougart11

You have really got these videos down, checks all the boxes for entertaining and educational. And besides 9 1/2 fingers is still plenty. I have 9 7/8 almost exactly similar mistake not quite as serious, couldn't wait to get home and show my wife what the end of a finger looks like after running through a table saw blade, pulled the duct tape off and quite enjoyed her reaction.

Vor year
Tob Ias
Tob Ias

Great and honest video... love it. I was shocked though when I heard 15000$, considering here it would be free. But still... thanks a lot for this Video. I will go to my shop now and try one or two things

Vor year
rats arsed
rats arsed

@Tob Ias Alas, and alack. All this was foretold in the 60's. A great world leader, at nuclear disarmament talks said it best. Banging his shoe on the table, Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev shouted that The USSR did not need missiles to destroy America, He would do it by getting the USA to accept one socialist program at a time. Perhaps when the socialist government controls/provides every last thing allowed to a citizen we will reach your socialist goal. But you will have to pry our guns from our cold dead hands before that happens.

Vor Monat
Tob Ias
Tob Ias

rats arsed its hard for you to understand I know, but have you ever wondered why you‘re only ranking top 5 in statistics like -adults that believe in angels -highest rate of diabetes -most obese children and adults -worst education System of developed nations -highest maternal death rate giving birth of developed nations -highest Chance of infant death of developed nations -least educated adults in subjects like politics, geography, history, math -worst veteran care system of all developed nations... And people eating Tide and injecting Lysol. You‘re right.... healthcare is the least of your problems my little colonial.

Vor Monat
rats arsed
rats arsed

That sounds like value added healthcare. Do you pay the 25% VAT on that too ?

Vor Monat
Tob Ias
Tob Ias

rats arsed and for his pension, and free college, and great infrastructure, a great help for people jobless... there are so many great things outside the colony

Vor Monat
rats arsed
rats arsed

@Tob Ias Too bad Jimmy did not live in Germany at the time. Ten months of his forced payments of 1,500 euros per month, would have taken care of it. For free.

Vor Monat
King Pop
King Pop

more action and less speech

Vor year
MacKay Dickerson
MacKay Dickerson

"Wouldn't fly in my shop!" Perfect gag line. Still laughing...

Vor year
dan j
dan j

thank you for posting your mistake. many ppl will learn from you.

Vor year
aniflannagan
aniflannagan

What a lovely vid- thx for making this- good tricks. Beaut sharing of the injury- my pal guitarist bit himself on bandsaw- thought he might not play again- he's alright. Shame the american health system is like that- money finger- no money- no finger- strange. Last thing- when I was learning 2 men gave me advice- Chap 1: If you're scared of table saw don't use it. Chap 2: If you ever stop being scared of table saw don't use it.

Vor year
Michael Waldrop
Michael Waldrop

saftey first loose the watch and no rings 7th grade woodshop !!

Vor year
Around the House
Around the House

Zero clearance tip is greatly appreciated!!!

Vor year
TheCaperfish
TheCaperfish

soon as a table saw starts , I leave the room , then the building .

Vor year
Jeffrey Austin
Jeffrey Austin

Am I the only one that can see DIRESTA spray painted on the cat? In black, of course.

Vor year
CJVideoProductions
CJVideoProductions

The troll voice has me laughing so hard!!! Love it!

Vor year
Max Amos
Max Amos

Great PSA. Thank you.

Vor year
Shack Man
Shack Man

Why are people with cats always so weird??

Vor year
Santiago Elias
Santiago Elias

DiResta..you are an awesome! artist..it's obvious you have a lot of talent ,thank you for sharing that experience..table saw tips where great...but your tip on having your mind present at the moment is priceless !

Vor year
Conrads Back Yard bushcrafting
Conrads Back Yard bushcrafting

I liked your show with your Dad. You truly have vision.

Vor year
dale jacobson
dale jacobson

Can you insert a backhand to the troll every time he speaks

Vor year

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