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Make cleaner jigsaw cuts. - The road from Splinterville starts at the blade

Make cleaner jigsaw cuts. - The road from Splinterville starts at the blade

Cut are usually only as accurate as your measurements and your machines. Let us help you improve the accuracy of both.

Cut are usually only as accurate as your measurements and your machines. Let us help you improve the accuracy of both.

Saddle that horse for slick support For support on the side of the tablesaw here’s an inexpensive and effective support requiring just a length of PVC pipe, a few wood scraps, and a sawhorse. From the scrap, fashion two H-shaped saddles—capable of holding a length of 2″ I.D. PVC pipe firmly in place—that fit snugly over your sawhorse’s top rail. Size the saddles so that the PVC pipe stands flush with the top of your tablesaw. —Gil Peck, Pillager, MN

Saddle that horse for slick support For support on the side of the tablesaw here’s an inexpensive and effective support requiring just a length of PVC pipe, a few wood scraps, and a sawhorse. From the scrap, fashion two H-shaped saddles—capable of holding a length of 2″ I.D. PVC pipe firmly in place—that fit snugly over your sawhorse’s top rail. Size the saddles so that the PVC pipe stands flush with the top of your tablesaw. —Gil Peck, Pillager, MN

although it takes longer than a jointer, routers can make clean, straight-edged joints for cabinet doors and panels, as well as for other woodworking projects.

although it takes longer than a jointer, routers can make clean, straight-edged joints for cabinet doors and panels, as well as for other woodworking projects.

14 Push Block Plans + 11 Push Stick Plans: Save Your Paws from Table Saws! |--- LOVE THIS IDEA...

14 Push Block Plans + 11 Push Stick Plans: Save Your Paws from Table Saws! |--- LOVE THIS IDEA...

10 Tricks for Tighter Joints By Luke Hartle 1. Cauls distribute pressure It’s not easy to get enough squeeze in the middle of a big box to force home dado or biscuit joints. Big cauls are the answer.  A caul is simply a thick, straight board. I make my cauls from stiff wood, such as hard maple, but any wood will do. The wider and thicker the caul, the less …

10 Tricks for Tighter Joints By Luke Hartle 1. Cauls distribute pressure It’s not easy to get enough squeeze in the middle of a big box to force home dado or biscuit joints. Big cauls are the answer. A caul is simply a thick, straight board. I make my cauls from stiff wood, such as hard maple, but any wood will do. The wider and thicker the caul, the less …