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Metabo HPT New 36V MultiVolt Brushless 10” Table Saw

Metabo HPT has been innovative to the power tool world with its unique take on power with its MultiVolt System. Now they are ready to introduce a new tool to add on to their 36V line and give the user the freedom to work how they need to work. Metabo HPT introduces the 36V MultiVolt Read More »

How To Make a Table Saw Cabinet

Do you need more space in your workshop? We will show you how to utilize an overlooked area in your shop, the space underneath your table saw. Going step-by-step transform an otherwise unused area into your custom table saw cabinet. I’ve been making an awful lot of storage cabinets and drawers lately. They are always Read More »

How To Make A Table Saw Miter Sled With Precise Corners

 Making a Table Saw Miter Sled With Gunflint Designs A little while back I made a crosscut sled and shared some of my thoughts on using the right materials to make very stable runners for shop-built jigs. At that time, I knew that I would be making a miter sled as well, so I Read More »

How to make a Table Saw Crosscut Sled – Simple and Precise

  If you are looking to purchase a new table saw and want a first project or looking for a great upgrade to your existing table saw take a look at how Mark Chryst with Gunflint Designs created this crosscut sled to gain efficiency, accuracy, and increase safety all at the same time. Getting Started Read More »

You Just Bought Your First Table Saw…Now What?

Congratulations! You’ve decided on purchasing your first Table Saw and it just arrived at your home. What comes next? You’re probably all geared up to start cutting some wood. But, hold your horses! Here are few quick and simple things you’ll want to address first, that will make life a whole lot easier down the Read More »

Hitachi C10RJ 10In Jobsite Table Saw Review

Bring it With You Hitachi® C10RJ 10-inch jobsite table saw is a shop on the go. Its 15-Amp motor spins at a rate of 4,500 rpm to make the Hitachi jobsite table saw powerful enough to work on hardwoods. The Hitachi portable jobsite table saw lets you take the shop with you right to your project. Its Read More »

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