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DIY Carbide Tip Saw Blade Sharpening

When it comes to woodworking, a sharper blade is the key to maximizing cutting performance and precision. When a blade on a circular saw starts to wear down and dull, it results in wood burn that causes chipping, grain shatter and blow out. To eliminate material waste and potentially unsafe working conditions, you need to […]

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Urethane Vs Rubber Band Saw Tires

Whether you’re a carpenter, contractor or skilled craftsman, choosing the right woodworking equipment plays a significant role in the quality of your work. While it’s critical when using a band saw to identify the optimal size tire based on the type of machine and cutting applications, selecting the correct tire material is just as important. […]

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How to Install Band Saw Tires

Whether you use a bandsaw for commercial construction and contracting, or carpentry and custom woodworking, replacing the bandsaw tires when necessary is crucial for maintaining your machine. By conducting regular visual inspections of each tire, you can spot cracks and other signs of damage that indicate it’s time for a replacement. The following tips on how to install rubber and urethane bandsaw tires ensure you can […]

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Guide to Power Saws Used in Woodworking

Powered saws are indispensable tools for every woodworker. It doesn’t matter if you’re a professional cabinet maker or a home hobbyist — you know power saws for woodworking make your experience easier, faster and even safer than using hand saws. In fact, it’s nearly impossible to do many types of wood cuts efficiently without using […]

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How To Store Saw Blades

Whether you’re a carpenter, contractor or any other kind of skilled craftsperson who works with a circular saw, chances are good you’re familiar with a shared dilemma: What to do with your blades when they’re not in use. Finding an effective way to store saw blades is an essential part of keeping your tools of […]

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