Looking at dewalt 12" sliding miter saw, for cutting tenons on long aprons etc., like oak and SYP.
Usually done on TS with/without dado blades. These long boards can be heavy and dangerous.
Any thoughts on this, Miter saw looks sooo much easier, but $$$$.
Have a 8" cutech bench jointer, carbide teeth, and works very well.
Working on a table with 3 1/2" square legs 29" long, and want to taper two sides down to 2" at bottom of feet.
Taper will start 7" from top of leg. watched a couple of utube videos already.
looking for more info before I start...
Planning on getting a 1 1/2 hp cyclone. Most of these are advertised as 80-85 dab ratings.
Are these numbers factual or junk. I'm looking at a grizzly model G0777 rated at 70-72 db, but $$$$.
Any ideas or am I going to be disappointed.
Does anyone have these planers?. Looking for bench type with carbide inserts, grizzly is a true spiral but cutech is a spiral type. Both should work well on hardwoods for me. Looking for pros & cons from actual users. The internet is full of dubious reviews, who to believe? thanks
Looking fo a 6" bench top jointer due to space issues. Preference will be spiral carbide inserts for cutting oak and cast iron table/fence for durability. Checking the internet gives me many reviews but seems most of the sites have their own agenda. Does anyone have first hand experience with...
Will be making some outdoor benches etc.. Lots of finishes out there, but all require yearly maintenance.
Will be used down on the coast in Shallotte, nc.. Intercoastal waterway with hot summers + mucho humidity along with cold damp winters. Wood will be cypress or cedar.
50/50 mix of boiled...
Have a 10" craftsman table saw, 10" dewalt chop saw, future 15" grizz helicle planer, future 8" jointer. Probably too much for the 5 gallon bucket dust collector setups. Will probably go with a fixt cyclone setup with overhead pipes and blast drop downs. All these will be within 20' square area...
Was watching the history channel the other day and they showed eustace Conway making what appears to be a locking mortise & tendon style heavy duty bed frame that can be knocked down.
Does anyone have information on this style Or where I can buy a set of plans.
It showed very nice jointary...
Will be retiring next year and planning ahead.
im going to make farm tables outside furniture and workbenches(RUBO) style for all my children.
Lots of large size wood, I like white oak and cypress for outside.
The issue is cost of wood, buying dried planned is costly, but not much work.