Published at Thursday, April 23rd, 2020 - 08:53:59 AM. Woodworking Design. By TibeldaTully.
Cutting with a table saw: The first challenge that you are most probably going to face is getting a full ¾” Plywood on to the table. You will need an extension or a second table as support so that the plywood sheet can be adjusted properly. Because of the sheer size of most sheets of plywood, pushing them into blades can be difficult and this is the reason why the first cuts are usually rough ones. Once you have cut the sheet into smaller manageable parts, you will have an easier time cutting them. Also remember that when you are cutting with a table saw you should cut with the best face pointing up.
One of the most significant things that you may have noticed is that familiar cedar odor is gone. You may remember as a child perhaps when you grandmother would open the chest you would get that woody cedar aroma. Just the thought of it brings back memories. Sadly, though you noticed it is no longer the case. Now when you open the chest there is nothing.
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