Plywood is difficult to cut on the table saw? Let's fix that...

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    Part 5 of 5: A comprehensive table saw series for woodworkers
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Bill K.
Bill K.

Thanks James, that was a great series.

Vor 18 Tage
E.T. Preppin
E.T. Preppin

I’ve enjoyed this series on one of my favorite tools. Again even after 35 or so years using the table saw I still picked up tips. Thanks. BTW in my opinion. I never attempt to cut large or full sheets of plywood. I even use my circular saw and a clamped straightedge to reduce the size piece or for cabinet boxes to the actual size needed. That’s just me. I can maintain full control over my work pieces. It would be nice to have a table saw with in feed and out feed tables and side support to cut a full sheet but I’d still need help getting it up there. I’ll stick to circular saw then table saw. BTW Again. I get a kick out of your channel name. Makes me think of a carpenter with missing tips of your digits 😂😂😂 not really funny but you apparently have all your digits in tact. Maybe just short fingers. Keep up the great work, you’re an excellent instructor!!!! Takes a lot for me to recognize that but you definitely have it. Good day.

Vor 25 Tage
Mary Kernodle
Mary Kernodle

Kind of new to woodworking, and trying to figure out the best way to crosscut boards for a 36” length for cabinet drawers. Obviously these all need to be accurate for a square drawer. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Vor 27 Tage
Mary Kernodle
Mary Kernodle

@Stumpy Nubs Yeah, just found some plans. Going to build one soon. Thank you for your speedy reply. Have watched the whole set of safety videos. Very helpful. Feeling more secure about my new table saw now. Thanks again. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Vor 26 Tage
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

Use a table saw crosscut sled. You can make one yourself.

Vor 26 Tage
Carl Cox
Carl Cox

All I have is a small jobsites table saw so it's next to impossible to cut sheet goods accurately. Best tool purchase I've made in years was a track saw. I can get cleaner cuts than the factory edge. Next to zero tear out on even 1/8 in plywood cutting against the grain. I originally bought it because we had a huge remodel and there were about 50 doors that needed the bottoms trimmed. That track saw literally paid for itself before lunch the first day with the amount of time it saved me vs using my circular saw and a straight edge. And the best part is, I can break it down and throw it in my back seat every day.

Vor Monat
Lynn Lewis
Lynn Lewis

Great information. The cord on that circular saw (at the 3 minute mark) needs some doctoring.

Vor Monat
Tyler Harney
Tyler Harney

your "80-Tooth blade for plywood" link is broken

Vor 2 Monate
emmgeevideo
emmgeevideo

This is an advertisement for getting a track saw. Manhandling a huge sheet of plywood on a table saw looks like a recipe for bad cuts.

Vor 2 Monate
Bendigo
Bendigo

Absolutely! It can be done if you have the room and right equipment, but there is always a better tool for the job.

Vor 2 Monate
Samantha
Samantha

Is plywood difficult? watch this video for absolutely no reason at all.

Vor 2 Monate
Ken Krause
Ken Krause

Take a bow! Good job!

Vor 3 Monate
Kevin Noseworthy
Kevin Noseworthy

Hi Just wanted to thank you for the fabulous videos. I really enjoy them all. Keep them coming.

Vor 3 Monate
Kristie Thomson
Kristie Thomson

Hey Stumpy, I’m a relatively new woodworker who has a very limited amount of space in my garage for tools. 9 months ago I didn’t have a drill—now I’m up to a thickness planer, band saw, drill press, jointer, miter saw, router table with lift, about 14 power hand tools, and an absolute f-ton of manual tools. My problem is that I don’t have the room for a cabinet saw, so I’m using a dewalt contractor saw. I say “using,” but in reality, what I’m doing is avoiding using it because I’m so afraid of it. There’s just so little information on how to safely use saws like those to do finer woodworking. The in-built support is lacking, the saw seems built for people who are comfortable working on the fly, the blade guards are really clunky, and I’m just so scared of kickback that I avoid using it at all costs. I’d love to see a video on using saw like those to execute many of the cuts that you’re doing on a nice cabinet saw in your videos. I don’t expect it to function AS well as a multi-thousand dollar, cast iron table saw, but it would be nice to get some confidence in use so i can build the things i want (cabinets, tables, and shelves). Thanks!! kristie

Vor 3 Monate
Bendigo
Bendigo

You can get roller stands. They help a lot!

Vor 2 Monate
Isaac Neuman
Isaac Neuman

Thank you for the very helpful videos. Lots of ideas I will use for sure from now on.

Vor 3 Monate
Happy to be American
Happy to be American

I'm a total newbie and ur videos help me tremendously! Thank you for sharing ur expertise in such a clear and concise manner!! 😊

Vor 4 Monate
CB Carper
CB Carper

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Vor 4 Monate
White Sands
White Sands

My Bosch table saw is my third table saw, and by far the best one I've had.

Vor 4 Monate
Gravy Master
Gravy Master

Alright

Vor 4 Monate
Charlie Morgan
Charlie Morgan

I just watched all 5 videos of this play list and im somewhat new to wood working and would just like to applaud you for the safety and knowledge that you put in to this play list and can definitely say that i learned a boat load from it thank you so much!!!! Stay safe

Vor 5 Monate
Wes Garland
Wes Garland

Hi, thanks for the great videos. I recently bought an old contractor saw (Delta 34-410 knock off) because ripping sheets of plywood was basically impossible on my itty bitty saw. Most of my work needs rectangles with sides between 14 and 26 inches long made from 15mm Baltic Birch with the odd 48" panel. With your help, I have set up the saw and learned that I was using my miter gauge wrong. which explains the all missles my old saw fired past me. I think I will probably upgrade my blade as well. The new saw has a 60T general-purpose DeWalt on it right now. I might have an old 80T Freud Diablo kicking around that I used to use for cutting moldings in my chop saw...but I'm thinking that maybe I should just bite the bullet and put one your recommended blades on this saw, so that I can just leave it there and cut panels for years without worry. Anyhow, mostly writing to let you know that the 80T blade link in your description no longer works but also wanted to thank you.

Vor 5 Monate
Ashley Wynn
Ashley Wynn

I dont have the money to spend on a so called track saw but about to build me a door board in 4’ and 8’ length. I was also allow an inch bigger so i can run it threw the table saw. Got 15 or so cabinets to build. Never built them but doesnt seem like rocket science. Best thing i read was take your time as being in a hurry just makes expensive firewood.

Vor 5 Monate
Wiz
Wiz

As a newbie, aged 70, these videos are a great way of learning how and why. It will have saved me from making common mistakes, thank you 🙏

Vor 5 Monate
STAN MASHEK
STAN MASHEK

these video's are very good thank you so much for all the great information.

Vor 5 Monate
Simon's Stuff
Simon's Stuff

The "Show more" trick no longer works.

Vor 5 Monate
Gerard Jansen
Gerard Jansen

Your safety tips are greatly appreciated even for an Senior.

Vor 5 Monate
Tom Jeffries
Tom Jeffries

That is one magic saw in the Stumpy Nubs intro.

Vor 5 Monate
Larry B
Larry B

Someone needs to repair that cord on the circular saw! Good series!!! Rather than using OSB beneath the plywood to break it down, I like the idea I learned from Steve Ramsey: Use a board of construction foam, which is light and easy to manipulate.

Vor 5 Monate
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

Foam is a lot more expensive (at least it was before Covid caused construction materials to go through he roof). That OSB was about $10 at the time of this video. 2-inch foam was about $30

Vor 5 Monate
Tim Gallant
Tim Gallant

What about the masking tape trick? You don't find it prevents most crosscut tearout?

Vor 5 Monate
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

We discuss it in the crosscut video, which is part of this five video series.

Vor 5 Monate
John Diego
John Diego

What is the name of the wheeled panel carrier that was in this video? Pretty neat item. But I have to come to expect nothing but the best knowledge watching your videos!! Thanks for sharing your expertise.

Vor 5 Monate
Ron Jones
Ron Jones

as always Thank you for your advice!

Vor 6 Monate
Nono Brochacho
Nono Brochacho

Fantastic series of videos. Such good info

Vor 6 Monate
Boran Theki
Boran Theki

For weekend warriors and those not totally serious about becoming a good, safe woodworker, a track saw and miter saw is the way to go. In the hands of an experienced carpenter a table saw is relatively safe, for a newb a table saw is fraught with danger.

Vor 6 Monate
Austin Hibdon
Austin Hibdon

I just have the guy at the home depot break it down because I can't fit a full sheet of plywood in my hatchback.

Vor 6 Monate
Wheelchair Gunfighter
Wheelchair Gunfighter

Thanks for the info. If you don't mind, I could use some ideas for use of a table saw while seated. I am in the process of expanding my workshop. In the past, I'd always just gotten really creative with lumber selection and use of a miter saw for home construction projects, limiting myself to 4 and 8 inch construction lumber. But, I've reached a limit to what I can do with a miter saw, and using a circular saw in a wheelchair is not safe for me at least. So, if you have anything that comes to mind, it would be appreciated.

Vor 6 Monate
Mark Crawford
Mark Crawford

I just bought my first table saw for DIY projects around the house. Thanks for this video series, very helpful and informative.

Vor 7 Monate
Sanjeev Raman
Sanjeev Raman

Hi. Thanks for your great videos. I have a newbie question: how do you prevent overshooting/ undercutting a cut on a plywood sheet when you’re not making a through-cut? Let me explain: if I needed to make a 10” long cut on a 12” wide panel of 3/4” plywood, I’m only able to see the top surface of the board as the blade cuts through the material. If I mark 10” and cut to that mark, the circular blade would have undercut the panel, such that on the underside of the panel, the cut will be longer than 10”. Is there a calculation that tells me when to stop short so the cut is never longer than the 10” I want? I get that I’d probably have to finish the cut by hand to get to 10” on the top, but that’s a small length to make a manual cut, for which I don’t mind using a hand saw. Or is this an impossible task for which I should use a jigsaw, bandsaw, or hand-saw? Thanks in advance.

Vor 7 Monate
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

Are you talking about cutting a stopped dado on the table saw? You can mark the location of the edge of the blade closest to you on the fence of your saw, then stop when you push the panel up to that mark.

Vor 7 Monate
TxAgScott
TxAgScott

80 tooth blades always give me burn marks on baltic birch. I even checked blade and fence alignment, blade sharpness, and feed speed

Vor 7 Monate
Mario Turcotte
Mario Turcotte

Hey James, I want to thank you for all the videos you put out there.

Vor 7 Monate
Gord Roberts
Gord Roberts

Hi James. Too bad it's not possible to leave multiple thumb ups, this series is definitely worth periodic review. Thanks again for sharing

Vor 7 Monate
donald naymon
donald naymon

Great tips. Thank you for sharing.

Vor 7 Monate
CWO3 Shannon Beaman USMC Ret.
CWO3 Shannon Beaman USMC Ret.

Thank you brother! Semper Fidelis, Shannon

Vor 8 Monate
Fishing With Vance
Fishing With Vance

Great information and series. Thanks very much for doing it. I am new to woodworking.

Vor 8 Monate
Vieux Acadian
Vieux Acadian

Good video . For 40 years I have several length shooting boards and My saw horses have a sacrificial top runner . love your videos

Vor 8 Monate
brieun
brieun

Great video big help thank you

Vor 8 Monate
STAN MASHEK
STAN MASHEK

very good videos thank you very much for all the video's

Vor 8 Monate
Angel Rapture
Angel Rapture

Hey there I love these videos!!! very thorough and easy to follow i do have a question I have a peice of formica not a full peice but a pretty heavy peice would you recomend a table saw for this rip? I'm basically shortening it from its width i plan on making the cut giving an inch or so of leg room to spare but my initial question Formica + table saw Or Formica + a skill saw Skill saws are not my preferred choice

Vor 8 Monate
Angel Rapture
Angel Rapture

@Stumpy Nubs thank you so much ill be sure and take it slow ill send b4 and aft pics

Vor 8 Monate
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

You can cut it on the table saw, but use a fine toothed blade so you don't splinter it (the same would be true with a skill saw). If you don't have a fine blade, cut slowly so the teeth only take tiny bites. Also, make sure the sheet won't slip beneath your table saw fence as you cut.

Vor 8 Monate
John Church
John Church

Thank-you for your videos. Since I recently bought a table saw I've watched them several times. Today I was cross-cutting 14 x 70 inch plywood down to 14 x 64.5. Since I'd violate the rule of "length on fence > distance from fence to blade", I tried to use a mitre gauge. However it was hard to keep the board flush with the gauge block because the board was so long. Is this an example where the table saw isn't the tool for the job?

Vor 8 Monate
Jeff w
Jeff w

Hmmm, over 40 years of some bad habits or misinstruction. First thing Ive done, is put the blade guard back on the saw for the first time in 30+ years, and get my safety supplies Thanks!, the grandkids won't need to ask "Pop's" finger went. Apreciate the refresher as I double down upgrading my shop and do more woodworking .

Vor 8 Monate
The Home WoodWorker
The Home WoodWorker

Been woodworking for 2 years exactly today and last Sunday while busy in the shop got my left hand thumb in the table saw luckily I had just hit the power switch so motor was off but it mangled my thumb pretty good luckily no bone damage only soft tissue and muscle had to get 5 stiches to try to hold it together while it heals I will not be using my saw ever again if possible without the guard for sure thanks for the videos I have been using a track saw fir breaking down my panels since I got the track saw seems safer and easier for me

Vor 8 Monate
Papa
Papa

Up here in Canada most places to buy plywood will do 1 to 2 cuts for free. This makes it easier for me to handle when I get home

Vor 8 Monate
Jordan Johnson
Jordan Johnson

Reduce Tearout: • 80-tooth blade (lots of small teeth) • Use masking tape along the cut on the wood • Try scoring the wood along the cut with a utility knife • Zero-Clearance Insert • Especially on a table saw, one side will see much less tearout than the other. See which side that is and plan accordingly

Vor 8 Monate
Don Proctor
Don Proctor

I don't have a shop with a permanent table saw. Actually, I don't have a shop at all. I only use the table saw a couple times a year if that. I have to wait till I can get to my dad's house to use just enough space to set up a work table. So I broke down a full sheet in half by length (2'). I then set up my Bosch worksite table saw to workbench height for a full-length outfeed to rip into 12" by 7-foot length. Got 2 feet in and the plywood started to walk away outfeed side. Pulled it back and tried again this time pulled away before the blade. I just quit and set up my aluminum rip guide for plywood. Had to shrink the width because I messed it up with the table saw. In the end, it worked but it's harder to get 2 perfect rips this way. I can never product to stay tight it always seems to walk. I watch guys on Youtube just throw up sheets and rip with no trouble. I understand the first problem tiny saw and set up, but still? I build decks and porches for a living, not like I dont have skills. Just not tiny table saw skills.

Vor 8 Monate
Joseph Taub
Joseph Taub

Are home blade sharpeners such as Harbor Fright's of any use? Mine seems rather flimsy but I haven/t tried it yet Thanks!

Vor 9 Monate
William Jones
William Jones

I'm a little new at wood working. Your videos were great help. Thanks a lot...

Vor 9 Monate
David Bromyard
David Bromyard

Livening in the UK were can I get the stumpy nubs publication?

Vor 9 Monate
An Bar558
An Bar558

Спасибо. Я не успеваю быстро понимать. Сделайте пожалуйста титры на русском языке. 😊👍

Vor 9 Monate
Florin Ungureanu
Florin Ungureanu

You are the best. Love ALL you're work but it seems I can't subscribe to the woodworking jurnal no matter witch form I try.

Vor 9 Monate
Jim McDiarmid
Jim McDiarmid

When I buy sheet goods, I have the store break them down for me, using 24” cut, then I can handle the rest.

Vor 9 Monate
Jacob Elliott
Jacob Elliott

I’m during this for school and it’s cool

Vor 9 Monate
Michael Sparks
Michael Sparks

Golden!

Vor 9 Monate
Dan Linsky
Dan Linsky

Great tips! Thanks for this. Question - what's the best setup when you have a panel piece to crosscut that doesn't fit between the miter gauge and the blade? I was thinking about turning the miter gauge around 180 degrees in the miter slot, adding a longer sub-fence, and running it "backwards," using it as a sort of front fence to reference off of. Any tips are appreciated!

Vor 10 Monate
BR31 Woodlands
BR31 Woodlands

Sub’d. Like your gentle explanation. Thank you.

Vor 10 Monate
Steve Bueche
Steve Bueche

Love you stuff! Hate the 30 min informercials Tube puts on at the end.

Vor 10 Monate
YourAflacGal
YourAflacGal

Tried multiple ways to subscribe... My answer is always the same... "Your subscription was not processed." What's up with that?

Vor 10 Monate
walter noest
walter noest

I've got a question for the American furniture makers out there. On youtube you always see people working on table saws, never on panel saws. Ofcourse proper panel saws are big, but they are vastly superior at cutting sheet goods than classic table saws whilst being able to do everything tables saws can. So why does no american woodworking youtuber seem to have one? I don't know them all ofcourse, but I do know a many...

Vor 10 Monate
Kendall Lougheed
Kendall Lougheed

That was great! And I have a brand new sheet of 4 by 8 hardwood that will benefit from your tips.

Vor 10 Monate
Michael Kaye
Michael Kaye

Very timely. I have a table saw coming so I’ll watch the series.

Vor 10 Monate
jeff dove
jeff dove

I am trying to find the video where you show the carbide random orbital metal sanding disc. Can anyone tell me what brand and where to find them.

Vor 10 Monate
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

Dura Grit Carbide Sanding Products: (Use Coupon Code: STUMPYNUBS): https://duragrit.com/home.php

Vor 10 Monate
martino amello
martino amello

Haha James..I've learned all these issues the hard way. I'm actually pretty good at it now days, but I did damage more than my fair share of plywood learning how. It's one of the reasons my bench is right behind the saw..

Vor 10 Monate
RideByNight
RideByNight

I have the small Dewalt DWE7485 portable table saw. It has the 8 1/4" blade. Does anyone know of a fine tooth replacement blade in that size? Thanks

Vor 10 Monate
James Nasmith
James Nasmith

Comprehensive coverage of details delivered with strong speaking skills makes for an excellent lesson. Thank you.

Vor 11 Monate
michael Ryan
michael Ryan

a little more info on the blade would be nice...grind, hook angle, kerf, plate and of course teeth...they all make a difference in choosing the right blade. I enjoy your videos...thank you

Vor 11 Monate
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

We have made several videos about all aspects of blades, including those you specifically mentioned. Below this video I linked to a specific blade that I recommend.

Vor 11 Monate
JLH
JLH

Hey James, just finished part 5 of your five part series on the use of a table saw. I've learned so much from these videos and I really appreciate your time and effort in producing these excellent, professional tutorials.

Vor 11 Monate
E.T. Preppin
E.T. Preppin

He’s an excellent instructor!!!

Vor 25 Tage
Mike Dixon
Mike Dixon

Just curious what your opinion of Amana saw blades is? I owned a sharpening business some years ago and had one customer who loved Amana but had a hard time finding them. I began selling Amana products and had great feedback from customers and it was much less expensive than Forrest and other high dollar blades.

Vor year
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

Amana makes excellent blades.

Vor year
Cap'n P. Zazz
Cap'n P. Zazz

Or just temporarily extend your fence.....

Vor year
David Kittrell
David Kittrell

You are a real professional in your delivery of instructions, easy to understand. you seem sincere in wanting to help others to improve their woodworking skills.

Vor year
gary v
gary v

You also could put a weight on top of the plywood so it will not flip up.

Vor year
b gg
b gg

Brilliant series

Vor year
joe trigger
joe trigger

Very informative really helpful

Vor year
Glenna Adams
Glenna Adams

How do you cut a square block of wood that is taller than your blade?

Vor year
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

Cut on one side, flip and cut the rest from the other. But beware, if the block is shorter in length that the side of the saw blade, you can easily get a kickback if you are ripping with the fence in place, even if a riving knife is installed behind the blade! That happened to me years ago, and I was lucky to not lose any fingers! Consider making a sled and clamping the block to it.

Vor year
lovegolf
lovegolf

You are an excellent instructor. You probably are a shop teacher in high school. Or, don't they teach that in h.s. any more?

Vor year
Dallas D
Dallas D

Loved all 5 of these videos thanks for the tips!

Vor year
Michael Wolf
Michael Wolf

Getting a track saw changed my life. I originally did it when I lost shop space to fit a table saw. But even after solving that problem, I still find that the track saw is a huge improvement to how I work. First off, it generally allows a single person to easily break down a 4'x8' sheet of plywood without struggling, and is better than anything I've seen short of a sliding table saw. There's no need for rough cuts, as a good track saw with the right blade will produce accurate finish quality cuts every time. But what really surprised me is how much more efficient a track saw is than using a table saw. Admittedly the projects I do rarely require cutting a lot of pieces to the same dimension, where setting a table saw fence or sled up once would enable repeated efficient cuts. For one off cuts, I lay out my cut on the plywood, slap down the track, and cut. No clamping required, no worries about muscling a large panel onto the table saw and keeping tight against the fence. It's enabled me to be much faster in my work. And now that I'm an old fart (and getting more so every day), I appreciate the reduced physical effort required.

Vor year
ms3bani
ms3bani

track saw is the best saw i ever bought.

Vor year
djxxxplicit
djxxxplicit

Thx and I'll invest in an 80 tooth blade for all my fine cuts from now on. I also need to have a zero clearance throat plate to help the quality of cuts. You also covered everything!

Vor year
Richard Daphne
Richard Daphne

Brilliant 5-part series. It was much needed and very much appreciated. Thank you for a well presented and easy to understand tutorials. My gratitude and thanks 🙏

Vor year
Ron Sansone
Ron Sansone

When I buy plywood, even from the big box stores, they usually have a saw to break down a full sheet. It also makes it easier to transport.

Vor year
Robert Lara
Robert Lara

Thanks for the tips. I'm taking on a project where I have to cut several 4x8 sheets and had no clue on how I was going to do it.

Vor year
Jesus Duran
Jesus Duran

Great videos. I am very happy that I found your channel.

Vor year
dmango
dmango

I don't see a place to enter the coupon code for the blade.

Vor year
Douglas Seagrim
Douglas Seagrim

I have used many different blades over the years, some good, some not so good but in the end I have found Forest blades to be the very best. They are not cheap but in the end you get what you pay for. Also, I send them back to Forest for resharpening which is also worth it.

Vor year
Ken Angell
Ken Angell

I am new to wood working and I just watched all five of your table saw videos 👍👍👍 thank you for taking the time to do these awesome videos. I learned a hell of a lot and I am so freakin thankful that I have had no accidents! Seriously I have been doing everything wrong! Now I have some sense of safety! Again I just wanna say thank you.

Vor year
George Qualls
George Qualls

Always good to have reminders no matter how long one has been doing something. Thanks

Vor year
Uheno Alvarez
Uheno Alvarez

Big thanks stumpy, We can count on you to give good advice.

Vor year
Justino del Valle
Justino del Valle

Please recommend a plywood cutting blade (cabinets) for my DEWALT DWE7485 8-1/4 in. table saw. Thanks!

Vor year
Toller33
Toller33

I have always been told never to use a table saw to cut something that is wider than its length against the fence but I see it done in this video and others on this channel. Am I missing something?

Vor year
Stumpy Nubs
Stumpy Nubs

I was taught that if the distance between the blade and the fence is greater than the length of the edge against the fence, you should use a sled. However, larger panels can sometimes be done safely if the edge against the fence is long enough and there is not too much excessive weight on the other side of the blade that causes drag and may twist the panel.

Vor year
Neil Campbell
Neil Campbell

Thanks Much. So glad I found your channel!

Vor year
Hobie Smith
Hobie Smith

Love these videos! Thank you so much for sharing!

Vor year
Kathryn Newton
Kathryn Newton

Thank you that was very helpful! I just bought a 80 tooth blade to cut plywood as I had some serious tearout with my 40 tooth blade - good to know I made the right choice before I change blades!

Vor year
Frank B
Frank B

My bench is the same height as my saw and works as an out feed table

Vor year
Matthew Hays
Matthew Hays

Do you have more details on how to cross cut full size panels? I always seem to have issues with that so I end up using my circular saw out of frustration

Vor year
Kerry Schleining
Kerry Schleining

I use a blade with a negative hook angle for cutting plywood. I also use them on radial arm saws.I have one table saw that I use for ripping. Old 12" 5hp powermatic.

Vor year
Kerry Schleining
Kerry Schleining

The powermatic has a 24 tooth rip blade.

Vor year
chandrashekara vijaykumar
chandrashekara vijaykumar

This is amazing series man. I watched this 5 times back to back and you really do great job of explaining things very simple. May be you might want to do a 5 part series for routers, miter saw and planer

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Kevin Gerald
Kevin Gerald

Great tips, as ever. Having said that a modern track saw makes it a whole lot easier to cut down sheet material with perfect edge finish..

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