Getting Ready To Use The Table Saw
By now, you should have seen the the following topics in our special Getting Started in woodworking with your Shopsmith series, including the first of our brand new Getting Started Videos. So far, you should have seen: • An Introduction & Welcome page; • A Getting to Know Your Machine page; and • A Getting Ready to Use Your Machine page.
Today's Topic: The Shopsmith 10" Table Saw
This topic is the first of seven in an information-packed series of machine-specific session highlighting the 7 primary woodworking tools. You will learn all about the capabilities of your Shopsmith Table Saw -- and then you will be taken through your first, fun-filled experience of using this unique, feature-packed Machine.
Start by watching our Getting Started in Woodworking Video then follow the 3 steps below
STEP 1: IDENTIFY THE TABLE SAW COMPONENTS YOU WILL NEED
Every Shopsmith Machine model comes equipped with a collection of components and accessories for each tool operation. But before you Get Started, we'll need to be sure you have the appropriate components for each machine you own. You might remember in our earlier topic, Getting to know your Machine, we helped you identify your Machine Model.
Select your Machine Model Below to find a list of all the components you will be needing for table sawing.
Once you have done that, gather the parts together that you will need for Table Sawing.
STEP 2: REVIEW THE 10-STEP APPROACH FOR ASSEMBLING AND SETTING-UP THE COMPONENTS YOU WILL NEED FOR TABLE SAWING
STEP 3: Now, let's make a few cuts. Lets start with a couple of the most popular:
Cut 1: REVIEW THE 4-STEP Procedure for Cut Number 1, making Crosscuts
Cut 2: REVIEW THE 4-STEP Procedure for Cut Number 2, making Rip Cuts
See How Simple That Was!
Now that you've learned all about your Shopsmith Table Saw Press, you're ready to move on to the next Woodworking Operation -- using the Vertical Drill Press.
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- Knowing Your Machine
- Getting Ready
- Table Saw
- Drill Press
- Horizontal Boring
- Disc Sanding
- Over-Table Router
- Under-Table Shaper
- Making a Project