It is estimated that nearly 80 percent of all woodworking requires some type of sawing. The power, accuracy and control of the table saw has made the process of sawing wood a lot more productive and a lot less physical. It’s arguable as to who first invented the circular saw, but...
The fundamental rules (and devices) to keep you clear of danger at your saw.
The band saw is great for straight cuts as well as curves, dovetails, mortise-and-tenons and much more. Learn to use this versatile tool safely
Accidents often happen because the user isn't using the proper safety devices, or they've chosen the wrong machine.
We’ve all heard the joke about the woodworker in a bar who holds up two fingers to order four beers. Or the one about “What does a woodworker do with the third hole on a bowling ball?”