For most woodworking tasks, we require perfectly flat and uniform boards – but unfortunately, boards straight from the store rarely arrive in this condition. If you have warped or bent wood, the proper tool for correcting it is a jointer. However, for most home woodworkers, it isn’t practical to own one – but no problem.
Table saws are an essential part of any professional woodworker’s toolkit and are indispensable to the serious hobbyist too. However, as any experienced woodworker will tell you, a table saw is only as good as the blade it has fitted. If you want to improve the performance of your table saw, you need to make
Table saws are the workhorses of any woodworker’s workshop, but for anybody who only needs something for small hobby work or craft projects, a full-sized table saw may be too big and too expensive. That’s where mini table saws come in. They are light, compact and mobile and will cost you a lot less than
Many table saws come with a miter gauge included, but unfortunately, the quality is often sub-standard. This means that the serious woodworker needs to look at aftermarket models to increase their capacity to make accurate and reliable cuts. There are a lot of miter gauges out there of varying quality, and choosing the right one can
Every home woodworker knows how invaluable a tool their trusty table saw can be. It’s the workhorse of your collection and probably one of the first power tools any budding woodworker should consider buying. However, have you ever thought about how you can improve your basic table saw? We’re not talking about buying better table