5 Steps To Making Safer Table Saw Cuts
5 steps to making safer table saw cuts is post about Woodworking 101 bookmarked by francis with ID 12651783297 was uploaded on 18-03-2019 and has been viewed 170,235 times.
Using your table saw is something you should be very comfortable with.It's not good to feel skiddish when you start making a cut.You also shouldn't be second guessing yourself in the middle of the cut.
Have you ever finished a cut on the table saw and thought, dang I'm lucky i didn't lose a finger.Sooo…, you were probably doing something you shouldn't have done in the first place, right? Then how do you build confidence with cutting at the table saw? How do you consistently make safe cuts and never get so much as a scratch? Maybe a splinter here and there, right? Especially cutting plywood, splinters just seem to go hand in hand with cutting plywood.
But when it comes to passing your hands right next to a sharp blade spinning at 3,400 rpm… And to do that time and time again, never once getting cut.Never once feeling unsafe.That's what I call Table Saw Confidence.
And you only get that when your comfortable with your tool.But that doesn't mean you should get cocky.Or careless.Or distracted.In this article, I'm going to teach you how to build Table Saw Confidence, by making safer cuts every time you step up to your table saw.
Now I think...